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    I'm becoming convinced I have this disorder. Any other Ne doms relate?

    Here are the symptoms:
    ADHD predominantly inattentive - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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    I'm not Ne dom, but your Se dom cousins deal with it too.

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    Looks like complete bullshit to me.

    Procrastination, forgetfulness, distractability, losing items, difficulty completing chores, and failure to follow instructions....

    Oh my god! Every child has this disorder!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Metamorphosis View Post
    Looks like complete bullshit to me.

    Procrastination, forgetfulness, distractability, losing items, difficulty completing chores, and failure to follow instructions....

    Oh my god! Every child has this disorder!
    Yeah...
    I think of them as character flaws that can be removed if there's enough will to do it.
    It's generally a part of growing up.

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    Probably related to Se doms, too. Yeah, it could be bullshit or a part of growing up, but what if this doesn't have to do with the flaws as much as it has to do with those flaws being especially prominent in an individual?
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    It sounds like Ps more than Js would be diagnosed with this as children.

    I'm not even a Pe dom and I can relate largely to that page.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fill View Post
    I'm becoming convinced I have this disorder. Any other Ne doms relate?

    Here are the symptoms:
    ADHD predominantly inattentive - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    Can Ne auxilary participate?

    I'm pretty sure I have ADD-PI and have thought so for several years (I'm currently in the process of gathering up the courage and money to get myself diagnosed). I have thought for many years that there is something not right about me and wasn't able to come up with anything that really covered it. I read the description for ADD-PI and my jaw hit the floor.


    Quote Originally Posted by Metamorphosis View Post
    Looks like complete bullshit to me.

    Procrastination, forgetfulness, distractability, losing items, difficulty completing chores, and failure to follow instructions....

    Oh my god! Every child has this disorder!
    This is a common argument but it fails to grasp the issue. The point is that everyone does have these problems to some degree but for people with ADD it is out of control. I think its safe to say all psychological disorders exist merely at the extreme end of a scale in which there is a normal and abnormal range. For example, everyone has weird obsessive things they do (for me, when walking down the footpath I go to great lengths to avoid step on the cracks ) but not everyone has OCD. Everyone has different degrees of the symptoms but not necessarily enough or to a level of severity to fit the diagnosis. It is a disorder is when the symptoms are pervasive and impairing in that person's life.
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    I never thought that procrastination could be pathologized...

    So would people with ADHD-PI need some sort of anti-Adderall or something?

    The list of symptoms sounds so commonplace and typical (everyone at some point says they procrastinate or forget things) and does not really offer any sort of scale of extremes.

    Anyhow, people that do experience extreme symptoms of this would probably benefit more to see a psychologist rather than a psychiatrist.

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    ADHD seems to be a psychological explanation of why you aren't efficient enough in the society that you are working in, not so much an actual 'D' disorder.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Metamorphosis View Post
    Looks like complete bullshit to me.

    Procrastination, forgetfulness, distractability, losing items, difficulty completing chores, and failure to follow instructions....

    Oh my god! Every child has this disorder!
    totally agree with you.

    man created ADHD disorder.
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