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across the North East Kath Clark, 44, from Monkseaton: "We are going to have a tidy office because I am a bit disorganised."
I am the most disorganised person, I am ashamed to say, in the world."
Shemmings and Shemmings have produced a text that explores the nature of disorganised attachment with a strong emphasis on its relevance to practice with children and families where there is maltreatment.
Severn Trent Water Authority's STWA internal resources were "over-stretched and disorganised", the report claims.
The DG ISPR said that Operation Radd-ul-Fasad has been launched to 'eliminate disorganised residual presence of militants' and there emerges another hostage to fortune.
We are having heavy rains now and trees ought to be planted but we are a disorganised service as officers are operating in fear as they do not know if they will keep their jobs."
I feel so bad that I let them down through my own stupidity, but I'm just disorganised, I'm not a bad person.
"I'm disorganised, completely and utterly disorganised.
The Groningen University researchers found that people who worked at disorganised desks, or shopped in a store they perceived as disorganised, became clearer thinking.
THE GUARDIAN: Boro were disorganised defensively, leaden-legged in midfield and wasteful in attack where Kris Boyd looked anything but a goal machine.
Adopted children showed more disorganised attachments compared to their non-adopted peers, but again were comparable to foster children.
"Our passing was awful, we were disorganised and we simply did not compete at all.