Did you ever wonder whether you might have ADD? Have people joked that you had an attention problem? Every year we discover people who have been trying so hard just to keep their heads above water asking themselves: “I should be able to do this — why am I such a failure?!”
How do you know if it is ADD or just a momentary lapse? Several factors should be considered:
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Does any of that sound familiar? If so, it may be helpful to know for sure what you are dealing with: to know once and for all whether you could be enjoying a more productive, less distressing life?
The Test of Variable Attention (TOVA) can provide answers to your questions. TOVA was normalized over the years from a sample of over 10,000 cases. Dr. Lawrence Greenberg continues to modify it and apply it to new cases. With an accuracy rate between 80 and 90%, it is quite likely we can answer questions like, “Do you think I am lazy, a space cadet, or a failure?” with a solid “No!”
Together, we may find that you have ADD and this long-silent condition can finally be addressed.