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    Tell me a job I can do with ADHD (I've been told I have a developmental disability or something. But I want to work somehow, is it impossible?)    #ADHD
    
    
    
    I've been told I have a developmental disability. 
    But I want to work somehow, but I wonder if it's impossible. 
    I wonder if I have to move from job to job as a social misfit. 
    Is this my life? 
    
    
    
    
    Oh! 
    Compared to me, who has a learning disability, even if it's the same developmental disability. 
    ADHD is a formality. 
    
    Me. 
    I'm in a state of super-stiffness. 
    
    
    
    
    
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    I'm a 40 year old man with a confirmed ADHD diagnosis. 
    
    I'm telling you, ADHD is just a personality trait. You can do something about it with medications and your mind, but you can't fix it completely. 
    but it can't be completely fixed. 
    
    Speaking from my own experience, I was able to manage my desk job when I was working for Lehman Brothers, and I was able to work independently as a system developer and software developer. 
    I was able to manage my desk job when I was working for Lehman Brothers, and I was able to manage my independent work as a system and software developer. I'm a teacher now. 
    I can handle it for the time being. 
    
    Even if it's a little difficult to live with, it's manageable and you have to do something about it. 
    ADHD is about 5% of the population in my sense. You should have the feeling that you are not the only one suffering from it. 
    It is better to have the feeling that you are not the only one suffering from ADHD. 
    
    Going to a doctor is one thing, but beware that donating blood and getting life insurance will be out. 
    
    
    
    
    Manga Artist 
    
    
    
    
    Creator type 
    
    
    
    
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    I'm good at making stories out of fantasies and delusions, but not first. 
    
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    No skills and no money to learn. 
    
    
    
    
    
    He makes a lot of small mistakes. 
    He makes a lot of small mistakes. 
    They are restless. I fidget with my hands even when I am sitting down. 
    He always has heart palpitations. 
    I panic at the slightest thing. 
    
    These are my symptoms. 
    
    
    
    
    I wonder if it is possible to develop it in adulthood. 
    It is true that I often bumped into things and was restless for a long time, but I was able to study well. 
    I was always restless, but I was able to study well. However, after I entered the workforce, I started to lose my self-confidence. 
    I have been unable to do well in anything I do. 
    Is there any job I can do? 
    I don't have any skills or qualifications. ・・・・・ 
    
    
    
    
    
    Is ADHD something you are born with? 
    I'm suddenly having symptoms like that lately. 
    
    
    
    
    
    
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    I don't know. I've read that it can be discovered in adulthood. 
    It didn't apply to childhood ADHD. 
    
    Also, I'm not a communicator, but I do tend to talk before people finish their questions. 
    I'm not a communicator, but I also talk before people finish their questions, or interrupt them. 
    
    
    
    
    
    I'm an Aspie, but my psychiatrist says I should get a part-time job sorting mail at the post office. 
    It's so easy and simple that you can't go wrong. 
    It doesn't matter how smart or dumb you are. 
    It's a civil service job, so the work is done on time. 
    It's more expensive than working at a bad convenience store. 
    No need to get involved with people more than necessary. 
    It is more expensive than a bad convenience store restaurant. 
    
    
    
    
    
    >>I'm sure that's very helpful. 
    This is very helpful. Sorting mail is good. But it's non-regular. 
    I'd rather be a full time employee if I wanted. 
    I've worked in factories and stuff, but I keep making the same mistakes and careless mistakes. 
    I'm so clumsy. 
    
    
    
    
    
    By the way, I've made a slip before, but I'm a bum who started mid-career at the beginning of this month. 
    I'm still at the limit of my business. 
    I started working on April 1. 
    
    
    
    
    
    What an adult. 
    Any trends that could be used for the better? 
    Like immersion habits, or being good at researching... 
    
    
    
    
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    I'm 28 years old. I'm a good adult, but inside I'm as much an adult child as I am in the kitchen. 
    I'm kind of a one-point person. I wish I had a job where I could focus on one thing. 
    But working people have to look around them, don't they? 
    It would be nice if there was a job where I could focus on one thing. It's too late for a research job. 
    
    
    
    
    I decided to organize my company bag on Friday night, but I still haven't done it after all. 
    I realized that I still haven't done it. I'm screwed. 
    
    
    
    
    
    
    I'm in the video business. 
    I know a CG creator who has ADHD. 
    He often misses meetings and deadlines. 
    But he's serious and good at his job. 
    I want to continue to work with him. 
    I want to continue to work with him, so I need to make sure he understands ADHD. 
    I try to contact him 3 days before, the day before, and the day of the meeting or deadline 
    I try to contact him 3 days before a meeting or a deadline and on the day of the meeting. 
    It's more work, but I'd still like to ask you to do my work. 
    If you have the skills to do the job, you can do it. 
    
    
    
    
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    Thank you. 
    I see...ADHD that can do the job is good. 
    I wonder if ADHD who can't do the job can also get by with effort... 
    
    
    
    
    
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    I don't have ADHD, but I'm claustrophobic. 
    I'm not ADHD, but I'm claustrophobic and I'm afraid of meetings at other companies, train travel, etc. 
    I was terrible at those things. 
    I've forced myself to overcome it, and I've established my position in other things 
    I've been able to establish myself in a position where people understand me. 
    
    I don't feel too much guilt about my weaknesses. 
    I can't help it if I feel too guilty about my weaknesses. 
    There are people with more severe disabilities. 
    There are people with more severe disabilities who are still alive. 
    There are people with more severe disabilities who are still alive, and people are inferior in some way. 
    
    So, I'm not sure what I can do right now. 
    Even if it's difficult to do the job now, what should I be able to do? 
    What do I need to work on? 
    What kind of effort is needed for that? 
    I recommend that you try to make small improvements. 
    I recommend that you try to worry about it.  
    
    
    
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    Thank you. 
    That's a very helpful response. 
    I think I've been too frightened by this disease. I've been too frightened by this disease. 
    I will rethink what I can do to live my life. 
    
    
    
    
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    I know I can't suddenly become as good as other people. 
    I think you just have to improve little by little. 
    It doesn't matter if it's too late or too early. 
    Good luck. 
    
    
    
    
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    I'm glad to hear that, I didn't think I'd get the support I needed. 
    I guess it would be good if I could do it at my own pace, but it's hard to keep up with the demands and speed of the people around me. 
    I'm not sure if I can keep up with the demands and speed of the people around me. 
    
    
    
    
    First of all, don't get a job that requires interpersonal skills, a job that involves cash and human life. 
    Then you're left with light or simple work. 
    Manufacturing line jobs are the most common. 
    If you're big enough, you can work in the construction industry, too. 
    
    
    
    
    
    >>I'm not sure. 
    I have interpersonal skills and I work with cash. 
    I have good communication skills and can read the air to some extent, so I became a sales person, but I guess that's not good enough. 
    I can read the atmosphere to a certain extent. I was working at a factory before, but I was bullied and suffered from depression, so I quit. 
    I was bullied and suffered from depression at the same time, so I quit. I wonder if it is better to work at a factory. 
    Can ADHD also work in civil engineering? 
    
    
    
    
    
    
    What exactly are the symptoms of ADHD? 
    All I know is a messy room that can't be cleaned up. 
    
    Like you have trouble concentrating? 
    
    
    
    
    
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    In my case 
    I make the same mistake repeatedly. 
    When I hear the person next to me talking while I'm listening to an explanation, my attention goes to the person next to me. 
    No matter how carefully I look at the documents, there is always a mistake. 
    I procrastinate on what I am going to do. 
    I interrupt conversations (e.g., answer a question before it is finished). 
    I am fine with waiting for a long time, but when I sit down, I feel restless and fidgety. 
    
    I guess it's like that. 
    
    
    
    
    
    Hmmm... 
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    Change of mind in the middle of a conversation 
    Procrastination. 
    Those two points. 
    
    Careless mistakes are likely to avoid the worst if there's a situation where someone can check them out for you. 
    So you shouldn't worry too much about it. 
    If it's the same mistake, try to create an environment where you can always remember it by putting notes all over the place where you can see it while you're working. 
    
    I think a desk job is better than an outside job. 
    
    
    
    
    
    
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    Thank you. I'll be checking in with you on the day. 
    I'd rather work outside the office than inside the office... 
    I can listen to what people have to say and report back to them, but when it comes to desk work... 
    I can listen to people and report, but when it comes to desk work, I get panicked when I have to calculate unit prices and numbers involved. 
    
    
    
    
    
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    ADHD doesn't work if you put a memo on it. 
    I'd look at the memo, do the paperwork, check it over. 
    Okay, perfect! and you've got the paperwork to submit. 
    I was on my way to my boss's office 
    I had a conversation with a coworker I met in the restroom. 
    I had a conversation with a coworker I met in the restroom and forgot to turn in my paperwork. 
    I went back to my seat and did other work. 
    I guess I have ADHD too. 
    
    
    
    
    
    
    I probably have ADHD too. 
    I got into a big company, but the mistakes and lack of planning nearly killed me. 
    In my case, I decided to create my own environment that worked for me, so I left and created my own company. 
    
    
    
    
    
    
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    Wow, that's too much wow, starting a business. If you can plan well enough to start a business, you don't have ADHD, do you? 
    
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    I don't have that problem. I've never failed to report, communicate, and consult. 
    I just make a lot of mistakes and can't keep my cool, as noted above. 
    
    
    
    
    
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    I don't have a plan. 
    I make a business plan, but then I just do what I want to do, as much as I want to do it, and do it as diligently as possible. I don't even plan to hire people. 
    I think people with ADHD should just live like George Tokoro. 
    
    
    
    
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    But you started a business and made a profit, right? That's admirable. I can't think straight. 
    I can't even do math. 
    
    
    
    
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    CEOs and sole proprietors are a fool's paradise. 
    Let an accountant do the math. 
    You can have a part-timer do the rest, or outsource it to the Philippines and have them make the tools for you. 
    I think people with ADHD would definitely enjoy their lives more if they didn't fit into the salaryman mold. 
    
    
    
    
    
    I've heard that starting a business is definitely the way to go... I'll have to think about it. 
    
    
    
    
    
    ADHD is a symptom of a congenital brain abnormality. 
    You're different from other kids in a lot of ways, like being restless from an early age. 
    
    
    
    
    
    I see. 
    Hmmm... I don't remember much about the past, but I did have those tendencies. 
    I'm shocked because I only found out about it recently. w 
    
    
    
    
    Huh? You haven't been diagnosed? 
    
    
    
    
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    I don't have a clear diagnosis, but I've been diagnosed online and every site I've been on says I'm a doctor pond. 
    
    
    
    
    
    I'm ADD, I even made a lot of mistakes sorting the post office. 
    
    
    
    
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    I don't seem to be suited for simple tasks. 
    I'm not suited for simple tasks. I'm more suited for jobs that require me to be creative. 
    That's why I became a salesman, but there are jobs that I'm not suited for, like office work. 
    But in sales, there are things like estimating and selling, aren't there? I don't know which is right. 
    
    
    
    
    
    Oh...I see... 
    Then you should go to a doctor and find out if you have ADHD or not. 
    If you call yourself ADHD, please stop calling yourself ADHD. 
    I don't want to be misunderstood in any way. 
    
    
    
    
    
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    Sorry. I will try to do so. 
    Now I'm going to bed, so please drop the thread as you see fit. 
    
    
    
    
    You should get a referral to a hospital at the local developmental disabilities center. 
    I'm sure they'll interview your parents about your childhood, so you should talk to them as well. 
    
    
    
    
    Diagnosis may take some time, but these days, even adults can get medications. 
    There may be some side effects and the cost of the medication may be high, but if you receive medical care for services and supports for persons with disabilities, the cost will be reduced by 10%. 
    If you receive medical care for developmental disabilities, you will be charged 10% of the total cost... so it should not be that much of a burden. 
    
    Medication only alleviates symptoms, but does not improve the original condition. 
    I know that the way people take medicine is different, but some people's lives are changed, so I hope I can be of help. 
    
    
    
    
    I have the same symptoms as you. 
    I'm a warehouse dispatcher, and I get nervous when I'm not being told what to do, so I help out here and there to cope. 
    
    
    
    
    >>I know what you mean! 
    I know what you mean! I get all fidgety when I don't have instructions. 
    I know I shouldn't wait for instructions, but it makes me nervous. 
    
    
    
    
    
    The point is, it's easier if there's a system that works like an audit, a secretary, or something like that. 
    
    

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