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A "better" ADD QuizViews: 193
Mar 02, 2006 9:01 am re: re: re: re: re: A "better" ADD Quiz

Denise Babbit
Dr. Frank,

I am a hands-on learner. I very rarely read the "how-to" manual on anything, but jump right in and try to figure things out for myself.

I have to have a structured schedule to get anything accomplished. I have had one amazingly successful week, and finally got my house, office, desk, cleaned and reading material is organized!

I absolutely cannot sit still.

I get hyperfocused when creating my jewelry and beaded items.

I really get over-hyperfocused when using the computer. I don't have problems staying awake, I have problems going to sleep!

Do you remember the old commercial for DSL when the guy is on the computer and all of a sudden the screen message says, "Congratulation, you've reached the end of the internet"? I worry about that! LOL

Thoughts within thoughts -- I talk to myself quite a bit -- I won an argument once. Is that the epitome of "not quite right"? ;) Someone once asked me who I was talking to and I told them I was talking to myself so I could have an intelligent conversation!

Seriously, I'm glad that I know now that what is "wrong" with me, has a name and that there are tools and support systems available!

I get frustrated when people don't understand me.

I communicate my thoughts better when I write them.

Interviews make me cringe because my thoughts get side-tracked and I know I've blown a few jobs because of it. I become chatty and start fidgiting! Yet, I get frustrated when others get long-winded!

I have a lot to learn.

Denise Babbit

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