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Are you concerned that ADHD might be a problem? Below is a list of behaviors I have that I believe are related to my ADHD diagnosis.
Perhaps we can find common ground?
Because ADHD symptoms in females can differ from those in males, I have included my gender.
You should see a professional if you believe you may have ADHD.
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0: 00 Intro
0: 21 Emotional impulsivity
0: 56 Body-focused repetitive behaviours
01: 27 Rejection sensitivity dysphoria
02: 18 Impulsiveness often leading to thoughtless/crude comments
02: 46 Discomfort holding eye contact
03: 27 Visual cues to remember rules, instructions and actions
04: 30 Sensory sensitivity
05: 17 Long term memory problems
05: 54 Emotional dysregulation
06: 30 Short periods of intense interest, followed by abandonment (hyperfocus)
07: 56 Stubbornness and unwillingness to follow instruction
08: 45 Highly addictive personality
09: 21 Attention usually sits between two or more activities
10: 03 Hyperactivity and inability to keep quiet during quiet activities
11: 23 Restlessness at night time, often leading to insomnia
12: 05 Hyperactivity leading to inability to wait turn to speak in conversation
12: 28 A special place in the heart for lists
13: 07 Maladaptive coping mechanism- listening but not actually listening
14: 28 Hyperactivity leading to inability to sit and focus in an office setting
15: 20 Struggling to achieve perceived life goals and expectations
16: 22 Outro