i am sure everybody who's first function is perceiving has a lot of the symptoms. but in germany many of us would have to take a long car trip, to go to one of the few clinics or doctors that are actually specialized (or even authorized?) to give that diagnosis, or test for it. i imagine they have a DOS computer program that detects infrequent usage of the shift key *g*
My mom always thought I had ADD. I was tested for it, but the results came out negative. I still think there's a good chance I am though. It's possible that ADD could just be chalked up to an extreme personality trait in some cases, not a medical condition. If in your case, you believe it is a medical problem, the only alternative to drugs which has been successful in treating ADD, is proper diet.
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I don't have ADD, but sometimes I wonder..my mind skips around a lot, though I usually am not one to blurt out everything that pops up. That's probably not ADD, though..I need to do my homework on it.
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I was wondering how many here that have the NF personality have been diagnosed with Attention Deficit Disorder? If you have it please let me know as I am curious.
Is it more likely to happen to NFs or why did you ask ?
My INFJ gf was diagnosed symptomatically ADD recently. She has a problem to filter sensory data and therefore has a hard time to concentrate. Thats why she needs her ear plugs + music in everyday life like medicine
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