Determining ADD – ADHD

“Do I Have ADD?”

ADD / ADHD Adult Self Test

Take Free Self-Test Questionnaire on ADD / ADHD traits…

See if you fit the profile of an Attention Deficit Disorder adult.

Only a diagnostic specialist can ultimately determine if a person has Attention Deficit Disorder, and can prescribe medication or medical treatment for it. However, before seeking treatment, this informal questionnaire can help you to determine if you have a significant number of typical Adult ADD – ADHD symptoms and traits.

This self-test is more thorough than most, but simple to take.  Just print it out and circle the traits that you relate to, if the trait is pervasive, persistent, and prohibiting your quality of life.  If you count at least ten, you may want to see an ADD / ADHD Adult diagnostician.

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In the Blog

ADHD, can't plan, overwhelmed

ADHD and Don’t Know How to Plan?

ADD-friendly planning for the overwhelmed   Does the word “planning” make you shudder, or feel instantly inadequate?  If so, you probably feel slammed with overwhelm pretty often. That makes sense, because if you have a number of projects to do – and those projects have multiple steps to perform – you’d need to be able Read post.

In ADHD Survey, Overwhelm Wins Again

What the results really say about ADHD roadblocks   Every few years, I survey my adult ADD / ADHD readers to ask them what their biggest challenges are in getting started.  I find it very interesting to see how the results have changed over time. I ran my first survey in 2012.  At that time, the Read post.

ADHD and Shame: How to Ask Anything with Confidence

Shame and ADHD: How to Ask with Confidence

If you have to ask an intimidating person…   My last post addressed the common shame-based assumption that many people with ADD / ADHD have:  that everyone else knows something they don’t. If you avoid asking questions for fear of looking stupid, apply the strategy “Take It to Court” to quickly prove to yourself that Read post.