I get these e-mails from this “natural health” doctor, and he had this chart of what to look for to see if one has ADHD (attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder) or its cousin, ADD (attention deficit disorder without hyperactivity, “which is more common in grown-ups”).
Time to self-diagnose:
*Trouble concentrating, especially when reading
That can happen, especially when I’m thinking of something else I want/need to do.
*Being easily distracted
Definitely true. Sometimes, I’m working on one thing, and the next thing is more interesting. Then I have to peel back to get back to task #1. Although sometimes, at work, task #2 pops up and it’s more important than task #1. Then task #3 might become the priority.
*Disorganization and procrastination
Disorganization has ALWAYS been true. My mother in particular dubbed me Continue reading “Symptoms of Adult ADHD/ADD”