So I finally gone and did it. Got diagnosed with adult ADHD. It is totally not a surprise to me. The only reason I didn't do it before is because I've been able to manage well so far with tips and tricks I've learned over time to maintain focus (Pomodoro technique, etc.). I also think teaching is one of those jobs where people with ADHD excel because it's very high interest and active. The only part that sucks is grading (requires high focus to do a very boring job). Some of the best teachers I know are either ADHD or OCD (some may not be aware of it though). I also relate very well to my ADHD students and understand when they have issues focusing and plan my curriculum to meet their needs because I know their needs very well. Anyway, I just wanted to reach out there. Anyone else who teaches as a teacher with ADHD? What are your experiences? Do you think it affects you at all?