Wow. This is so interesting. Well to be honest I have never ever been to a psychologist myself and been diagnosed for something specific. I mean, once or twice, I was invited as a visitorin because I knew the patient and the doctor thought I was a good influence. He gave me a few tips to know what to do, for example I learned how to comfort a person when has a panic attack. Learned that a different approach is needed for every person and that is enough to understand how hard it was. Then there was my friend who had an MSc in Clinical Psychology. She told me a few things about myself and some things in general. Mostly she assured me that there was nothing "wrong" with me, while she told me, that every one, and she meant EVERY ONE OF US, is odd compared to another. We are all different, we are all have our times and we all pass phases in our lives. It starts being ugly when this thing makes your life uneasy. If you can handle it it's ok. Traumatic experiences though make most of the damage most of the time no doubt. So I believe I might have A.D.D. but I can somewhat handle it, thus I haven't needed any assistance so far. But I am sure I get distracted easily. P.S. : People who said they got autism: You DO know that this is an indication of potential high intelligence, right? I mean it doesn't guarantee that, but it is an indication. Check this video too. IYou don't have to be a math prodigy, you can be good on something else. Actually you might be brilliant on something else. I am not sure, since I am not an expert and take what I say with a great grain of salt, but why not talk with an expert about it?