Many with ADHD struggle with dysgraphiaa learning disorder that makes writing difficult on several levels.
If you do not have serious conduct issues such as stealing, violence, and violating the rights of others in some way, then it's not really applicable to you.
You could prefer to not socialize only due to some other issue, which there are many reasons why people may find it too difficult to get along socially, yet they would never try to harm or exploit someone else.
When I say "exploit", I do not mean the feeling that you are really after your own needs because I honestly think it's a human and normal thing to perceive your own needs more than the needs of others, yet you still care about the needs or rights of others.
I admit that I am an anti social person, but some of my close friends says that I am not a shy person and they also say that I am a noisy type of person and I don't really understand, because sometimes I perform on stage like singing and playing an instrument.
However, when I meet a group people in some places, I feel out of place. I don't know how to mingle or let's say, to communicate and start a conversation with them.
I feel alone and I am just sitting at the side in a chair. I also notice in my classroom I've only got a few friends and they do not easily notice me and when we have a school activities I am not present for them because I really feel bored when I talk with other people and I hate it so much.
Please help me and me some advice. I don't know what is bothering me when I communicate with other people. All I want to happen is to live in a place where I can share happiness with others and live normally without the judgment of other people.
He steals and stays in trouble with the law. He thinks he's the boss of my house. He wants to control everyone and has hit his own mother. I am getting old and my son is He does no wrong.
Right now, he's in jail. It's bad to say, but I have peace and quiet now. He's grown and I told him he has to work and have a job. All he has to do is pay insurance on his truck and the water bill and that's it.
I only have one income.
My son even tries to boss his brother.The whole effect is that writing with ADD often feels like a car pile up in a bad section of town. In my personal experience, writing with ADD involves a lot of starts and stops.
Sometimes the words just flow, but other times the ideas are there in my head, but I can’t work through them in a way that makes sense.
May 01, · ADHD and Handwriting: What's the Connection? The link between ADHD This suggests that these non-ADHD siblings may have enough genetic "impairments" to share some of the comorbid writing problems as their ADHD counterparts but not enough to manifest an outright diagnosis of ADHD themselves.
how bad would the fine motor Author: The ADHD Treatment Guide. neverjaunty June 22, at am. LW, this is NOT meant to be a diagnosis, but if you have not already, get screened for things like depression, ADHD, and physical conditions lik thyroid that can affect your mood and ability to concentrate.
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