A Few Months in the Mist – Part 2

Part 2

Now for more information on the different types of AD/HD as it is often not recognized.

There are 3 sub-types of AD/HD (this is the correct way to spell it).

  1. Inattentive: A person with this type must have at least six of these nine symptoms, and very few of the symptoms of hyperactive-impulsive type:
  •     Not paying attention to detail
  •     Making careless mistakes
  •     Failing to pay attention and keep on task
  •     Not listening
  •     Being unable to follow or understand instructions
  •     Avoiding tasks that involve effort
  •     Being distracted
  •     Being forgetful
  •     Losing things that are needed to complete tasks
  1. Hyperactive-Impulsive Type: To have this type, a person has to have at least six of these nine symptoms, and very few of the symptoms of inattentive type:
  •     Fidgeting
  •     Squirming
  •     Getting up often when seated
  •     Running or climbing at inappropriate times
  •     Having trouble playing quietly
  •     Talking too much
  •     Talking out of turn or blurting out
  •     Interrupting
  •     Often “on the go” as if “driven by a motor”
  1. Combined Type: This is the most common type of ADHD. People with it have symptoms of both inattentive and hyperactive-impulsive types.

(Reference: http://www.webmd.com/add-adhd/guide/types-of-adhd)

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Few months in the mist, part 1

It’s been a long while since I have written on my blog. I suppose you could say I got caught up in life, but I think life took over for a while and I learned a bit about myself. Probably should start where I left off . . .

I had been having issues with self-confidence and my ability to code. I do love coding and enjoy it immensely, but going from a job where I was the “go-to” person for everyone to a job that I have no actual background in is a bit on the difficult side. Might not have been too bad if I had still had a job and the structure that I like to work in, but working from home without an obvious structure or project to work on made it more difficult. I have always been good with computers, but this is on a completely different level of knowledge. I think my perfectionist personality is probably part of the problem. I know I can create a website with no problem, but I did not think it was good enough. So I have deleted many things I have created because I was not happy with it and did not believe anyone would like it (like many projects from my GitHub acct). However . . . More

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