I remember they were kicking around the idea of not diagnosing ADD in young children anymore, anyone know what happened with that?
The argument was (and frankly I agree) that ADD is often misdiagnosed in kids who are just naturally more energetic than peers or who have other issues going on that arent as developmentally seated.
It doesn't help that the popular idea of ADD tends to warp people's perception of it.
I am as direct as a T-Rex with 'roid rage and about as subtle. It isn't intended to cause upset, I just prefer to talk plain. There are plenty of other people here who do the nice, polite thing much better than I can. I'm what you'd call a "problem dinner guest."