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I spent 5 years active duty and 3 years in the reserves while attending school. During my active duty days I was never home for more than a couple months at a time. Always on the go never steady or too settled in one place. I never even lived in the same house for more than 6 months the entire time. I had to have a very large friend base because I never knew who would be deployed and who wouldnt, so I was always searching for that next close friend. This also seems to be a pattern with me and women, I would start dating and would be gone months at a time with brief periods at home. This destroyed most every relationship I was in. Now Im in college and began dating someone almost immediatly after I got here. yet my brain never really has been able to shut off looking, always being on the look out for the next girl to date because things were always destroyed by me being constantly on the go. now two years later my inabliblity to settle has all but destroyed that relationship, and Im trying to figure out why im the way i am and how to fix it. and also how to explain it to her.
what if I have high scores on inattentiveness, but not on other areas of adhd? My specific symptoms include:
getting easily distracted, loosing or misplacing things, being very inattentive to detail, sometimes getting overfocused on some things and being unable to finish, getting disorganized easily and not being able to follow the planned activities etc. Is there something specific I can do about my inattentiveness and problems with focusing?