Fair enough. Feel free to ask, I suppose. I'll answer questions to the best of my ability. (within reason of course)
Though I doubt asking me could help with anything, especially on this site, because there are plenty more experienced folk than me.
And after reading part of a psychology book, I was convinced I had at least 5 different mental disorders until my dad explained to me otherwise.
You guys are hilarious. I'm working with a group trying to prove that "ADHD" is more likely the norm rather than the exception. (Subscribe)
I think that everyone has ADD, at least to some degree. And googling a bit, it talks about hyperfocus, though what they're explaining seems to happen to most kids in my art class. Except for the ones who can't draw. Hmm...
Cuddles when I'm talking about repetitions I'm talking about muscle memory or instincts. My mind is very detached while rolling, I'm aware what I'm doing but I won't think. I'll be able to tell you why I did something because of a concept learned. Although I'm just as likely to tell you bout 5 other concepts connected to it as well :)
http://www.census.gov/hhes/www/hlthi...ighlights.html attributing to a lack of ability to receive proper healthcare, and parents like Erez Blum who believe that this is just a case of kids being bad for no apparent reason, I'd be willing to bet this is severely under-diagnosed. As I got older I started seeing that many other individuals, of all ages, had been diagnosed with ADD/ADHD.