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There are several reasons that time seems to run together as if it is moving along so fast that it appears to be a blur.
You have not spoken of any other symptoms, or described this phenomenon in detail, and I welcome hearing more from you so that I can help you better to understand what is going on.
What is the most essential question, in terms of possible disorders concerns how this condition affects you socially, inter-personally, with family or close friends, your performance in your daily tasks at school or work, or just in general. It you are not impeded in any of those ways, then this is a good sign. However, it still calls for understanding.
This kind of blur could be simply an effect of a great deal of stress
caused by too many tasks for you to keep up with, or by a gnawing problem that often distracts your mind (economic, relationship, etc.).
It could be a sign of ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder), or could even be related to Parkinson's Disease. I don't mean to worry you, and it is probably not Parkinson's, but any assessment has to consider all factors.
Please discuss this with me further and I shall be happy to continue to work with you. It is late now (1:00 AM for me) and so I will likely talk to you tomorrow morning.
Please give me some more details and I will be able to focus in on the situation.
It is most likely stress, but I need to know a bit more.
Elliott Sewell, LPCC, NCC, CCMHC