Hi again, Christy, and no problem; I'm glad to help.
I do think you should see a psychiatrist or psychologist, and be tested for ADD without hyperactivity. This is a very common condition and nothing to be embarrassed about. If medication can help you, so much the better; if you can be given exercises for your mind, to help you focus better and retain more in your memory, that would be great, too.
I don't think you should worry so much about what Audrey might say to the new manager. He knows how you are and I think he likes what he sees. You can always blame any mess-ups he or she bring up on your bad memory and say, I know this is a problem, and I'm working on it. As long as you show you're willing to change and improve, you're a good employee!
Regarding the bad habits you feel you picked up from your aunt and your cousin, this may be true, especially if you spent so much time in their home/environment, but you're your own person, and if you realize these traits are not desirable and don't want to act like that anymore, only YOU have the power to change for the better. If you find yourself about to lie about something, tell the truth, instead. A little white lie, here and there, is allowed, especially when it's done to avoid hurting someone's feelings.
You see, what's great about you, is that you are very conscious about your bad habits and how you want to improve yourself; I think, if you can do that, you're already halfway there! Some people have bad traits and go through life, oblivious to what they're doing/saying wrong, and then they can't figure out why people don't like them. You already KNOW what the problems are, and you're taking steps to resolve the problems, and I think that says a lot for your strength of character. If you continue to try to 'fix' the problems, you'll always be doing the right thing for yourself. Try to get that testing done, so you know if you do have ADD, and take it from there. Also, read some articles/books containing exercises re: improving your memory.