As a middle aged man thinking back to the first day of kindergarten, I can remember staring at a picture that I was supposed to color in. I simply couldn't do it. The teacher asked me why I wasn't coloring, and I didn't know why. I simply couldn't do it. Around the same time, I remember my dad asking me to pick up some toys and put them away. Other kids could do stuff like this, but not me. I simply could not do it. This pattern continued with homework. The only time I could do things is when I had to get them done right now! At some point, I started taking stimulants for ADHD, which never really helped. They gave me far more energy to focus on something other than what I was supposed to be doing. I barely made it through college. I had a thesis that I had to write to graduate. I'd spread out my books at the dorm, then be distracted with something else. I'd pack up and go to the library. I could handle the packing and the walking to the library. When I got to the library, I again had difficulty concentrating. Just now, I finally finished four paragraphs related to a hobby of mine, not something unpleasant. I finally did this after hours. I could go on and on with many more examples. This has impacted my life profoundly. Rather than working a job that I would like to work, I've found myself working menial jobs because of two reasons: difficulty staying awake during the day, and an inability to concentrate. I've come to realize that the the fatigue is either a side effect of SSRI medication, TMS, or both. As for the inability to concentrate, I really don't know. Can anyone comment?