So I was just recently diagnosed with ADHD Inattentive, aka ADD, i think, which is a lot easier to say. I was very hesitant to have testing done, afraid I would believe any limitations that might be put on me but I ended up feeling a sense of relief, along with grief. I really don't like reading "there's no cure" in the information about it. I find myself frustrated too, because now that I know, I don't feel free to really share the info because no one really gets it...and then I also feel some sense of shame, like I'm a slow learner or whatever, and then shame because I people think you're trying to hide behind an excuse, like I read someone else's post here. I know I'm probably saying common things but in the end, I guess, I just want to figure out a little better what do I do to avoid knocking myself in the head over and over, if that makes sense, like what exactly are my limitations. With all the tests that I took, I don't feel like they found some issues that I struggle with, having to do with comprehension and wording. Very frustrating. I have still a lot to learn, want to understand better about the dopamine, epinephrine connection. I watched the recommended video about how to explain ADHD and wondered if it was geared more for ADHD rather than ADD, since she spoke so fast. I did appreciate other aspects of the video, like her changes in tone...I really need to have a change in tones to keep me interested in a subject, it seems. Anyway, this is my introduction, in case anybody is listening.