A.D.D. in Communication
In communication there are many different types of problems that go on that can hinder a good conversation. There are types that have to deal with the person that is relaying the subject and there are types that deal with the person that is receiving the message, and then there are types that deal with the outside forces that deal with both. One type of communication problem that deal with both the first two is A.D.D.
A.D.D. is attention deficit disorder, it a disorder that makes the person not be able to focus very easily. Or as Sharper mind center defines it: “ADD (Attention Deficit Disorder) has been broadly defined as any condition in which the degree to which a patient has trouble paying attention is greater than what is considered to be ‘normal’.” But in my eyes, A.D.D. is my problem that I have when I have a hard time focusing on a certain thing. Like when I try to do a project and I start it then my friend come over and we hang out and I put the project on hold, and then when I get the time to do it again, I say to myself that I have plenty of time to do it, and before I know it it’s the day before or the day the project if due and I have only don’t a very small portion of it if at all, and I end up having to pull an all-nighter and I get a bad grade on it due to the fact that I rushed it and didn’t have the chance to properly plan it and everything.
Now in communication, this disorder can be very annoying and troublesome when trying to communicate to another individual. “When two of us interact, we often experience what goes on in such different ways. If either of us could see the way the other views the relationship, it would probably make no sense at all. Adults with AD/HD must also contend with the three-ring circus performing in their heads — they are paying attention to the sound of the other person’s voice, experiencing past and future fears, becoming aware of the freedom to or fear of saying what they...