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... My shrink asked my wife and me to fill out ADD questioners. My wife is not ADD. She was told to record her perceptions of me. It was enlightening. ... (0 replies)
... Hmm... you really didn't give enough info for anyone to tell you whether or not you might be ADD/HD. It sounds like being on your computer is taking over your life, though, which can't be healthy. If you are blowing off friends and a social life in order to spend time on the computer, that definitely signifies a problem, though not necessarily ADD/HD. Since you are so into the... (6 replies)
... ut up with me for over twenty years. Although I do basically fit the overall description of a person with ADD, there are some things that are pretty common among ADD people, but those things don't fit me. ... (5 replies)

... I don't know whether having a diagnosis of ADD in itself would threaten your security clearance or not. You might try talking to an attorney who specializes in disability or EEOC law. ... (3 replies)
... Yes, definitely, it's possible to have ADD without hyperactivity. That's the difference in ADD vs ADHD. ... (6 replies)
... en diagnosed with ADD, and they both finished college. They both have worked for the federal government for over 20 years. Personal experience has taught me that ADD is just another "style" of thinking. Many folks with ADD are exceptional thinkers with some type of artistic or inventive talent. ... (22 replies)
... Like others have said, it doesn't sound like you are ADD based only on what you have shared , but it sounds like you might want to get tested for whatever it is. ... (5 replies)
... etc. I've run across several references to an ADD child being a picky eater. Is this something common among ADD kids? ... (9 replies)
... symptoms among ADD people, but no universal checklist that one mark includes or excludes someone. ... (22 replies)
... I went to a local family practice doctor who does some work with ADD/ADHD, but mostly in children. He referred me to a local psychiatrist to receive a formal evaluation, but that guy doesn't fit into my health insurance plan. Does anyone know of any GOOD psychiatrists in Kentucky for this initial evaluation/diagnosis of adult ADD? If I'm going to invest a little bit of... (0 replies)
... Hello, I read your post concerning "How to know if you have ADD." Just from personal point of view, I think that is (simply, or the root) question every member here is trying to have answered. To find the answer to that question is the handle. The accepted, and correct way to go about finding your answer is to be tested, and to be evaluated at a certified institution/doctors... (5 replies)
... Just as sloppy indicating ADD as strictly biological. ... (47 replies)
... o ADD male. I have lived with ADD all my life without knowing it. ... (4 replies)
... false or multiple choice tests that you can pass or fail. In addition to seeing where you fit in on the ADD map, they also assess affinity for other, related disorders, such as bipolar disorder, generalized anxiety disorder, substance abuse, etc. ... (5 replies)
... But remember lots of things cause these types of symptoms, its important not to just jump to the conclusion that its ADD just because the symptoms fit you. You say your vision played a role. ... (6 replies)
... women with inattentive type are mostly merely depressed and don't need anything else. I'm going to see a new PCP doc this coming week, and I plan to bring up the ADD possibility to her. ... (15 replies)
... I'm a good bit older than some of you so there was no such thing as ADD when I was a kid. It was called "Minimal Brain Dysfunction" in those days which, along with depression, wasn't something my parents would 'allow' me to have. ... (13 replies)
... It's confusing. He just told me that when they tested him for ADD and Dyslexia, he had to go off his antidepressants for a while first. ... (15 replies)
... In answer to your question of how overdiagnosed is ADD, I'd have to say that research indicates that ADD is actually underdiagnosed in the population, not overdiagnosed. ... (15 replies)
... Hi, I'm 18 now ive had these "problems" sense i was probably 12-13years old, off and on... I dont think its straight up depression cause between like march-oct. i am fine..... i dont have these thoughts. I daydream and space out and when i do its good things.....but from nov-feb. i'm a total different person. I personily think my doc. thinks i'm faking it or... (9 replies)

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