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Old 10-06-17, 03:01 PM
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Re: Mild AD(H)D, Moderate AD(H)D and Severe AD(H)D

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To be honest, I haven't met very many people who don't at least meet the mild criteria. I find it hard to envision someone with absolutely zero impairments in every aspect of their lives. But then again, it's something i've never experienced before, so being that way doesn't seem "normal" to me.
Very interesting!

Considering people with..

-Perfect self-regulation skills
-Moderate self-regulation skills
-Mild self-regulation skills

Verses

-Severe deficits of self-regulation
-Moderate deficits of self-regulation
-Mild deficits of self-regulation

If we pretend that some people have perfect self-regulation skills (true or not).

Would the people with moderate self regulation skills have at least mild deficits of self regulation?

Would the people with mild self regulation skills have at least moderate deficits of self regulation?



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Re: Mild AD(H)D, Moderate AD(H)D and Severe AD(H)D

I used to get all worked up about this and then I changed as a person from the inside and realized that what is severe for me could be a cake walk for someone else.
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