How Symptoms of ADD Change The Way You Feel and Think


32 bookmarks. First posted by requiescat january 2018.


The DSM-V – the bible of psychiatric diagnosis – lists 18 diagnostic criteria for attention deficit disorder ( ADHD or ADD ). Clinicians use this to identify…
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3 days ago by llitchi
Mood disorders are characterized by moods that have taken on a life of their own, separate from the events of the person’s life, and often last for more than two weeks. Moods created by ADHD are almost always triggered by events and perceptions, and resolve very quickly. They are normal moods in every way except for their intensity.
4 days ago by ineptshieldmaid
From this perspective, three defining features of ADHD emerge that explain every aspect of the condition:
1. an interest-based nervous system
2. emotional hyperarousal
3. rejection sensitivity
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5 days ago by Cassandrexx
3 Defining Features of ADHD That Everyone Overlooks via Instapaper http://bit.ly/2Dtke14
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5 days ago by alexrudy
When we step back and ask, “What does everyone with ADHD have in common, that people without ADHD don’t experience?” a different set of symptoms take…
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6 days ago by indirect
rejection-sensitive dysphoria, rejection sensitivity, interest-based nervous system, emotional hyperarousal
psychology  adhd 
december 2018 by Aidara
"From this perspective, three defining features of ADHD emerge that explain every aspect of the condition:
1. an interest-based nervous system
2. emotional hyperarousal
3. rejection sensitivity"

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december 2018 by natevw
I was just reading this and it really resonates with what you said:
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july 2018 by hypatia
Good article.
adhd  psychology 
april 2018 by lena
The textbook symptoms of ADHD — inattention, hyperactivity, & impulsivity — ignore its characteristics that shape your perceptions, emotions, and motivation.
education  psychology 
april 2018 by helios_archives
The textbook symptoms of ADD — inattention, hyperactivity, and impulsivity — fail to reflect several of its most powerful characteristics; the ones that shape your perceptions, emotions, and motivation. Here, Dr. William Dodson explains how to recognize and manage ADHD’s true defining features.
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february 2018 by unison
The textbook symptoms of ADD — inattention, hyperactivity, and impulsivity — fail to reflect several of its most powerful characteristics; the ones that shape your perceptions, emotions, and motivation.
adhd  psychology 
february 2018 by flyingcloud