He who does not remains a fool forever. What am I possibly getting out of this??? Do you generally believe this to be true? There's no need to worry. Regardless of intent, the result of that can come across pretty disrespectful. Your reaction, if you can't immediately come up with an answer, can be more important than the ability to deliver a response. Remember to answer each interview question behaviorally, whether it is a behavioral question or not. Children with Fragile X syndrome will most likely not respond to them directly, but may instead respond with one of the following: Parents usually ask their children questions to get information or to simply engage them in conversation. But it seems like if the non-ADD spouse can recognize that right there, in the heat of the moment, they aren't going to get anywhere, or it's going to take a long time, or if things are getting heated, that the BEST THEY CAN DO (speaking for myself at least) is STOP THE CONVERSATION and let us ADDers regroup. With a steady, sure tone of voice, say, “I don’t know” or “I’m not completely sure, so I’d rather get you the exact and accurate answer by (give date).”, Then, in a very obvious way, write down the question and person’s contact information (or select someone else to do it), research it, and follow up on time as promised. or "Great question! . I guess the ADD just adds an extra layer to keep things interesting and to keep us all working on ourselves, right? Submitted by szgrrl on Sat, 03/17/2012 - 00:35. Ignore it? I giggled when I read that. But I will need help. We get on these vicious cycles and I think I blame him more than I should because even though I want to learn to communicate better, I put a lot of the burden on him to be "patient" and for HIM to make most of the changes because I have this diagnosis. The possible answers to one "simple" question are not so simple. I won’t know unless I go through that process. Simple questions? Download Grammarly's app to help with eliminating grammar errors and finding the right words. I feel chronically misunderstood at home, so it's nice to be understood somewhere. I would appreciate his patience with me and if I knew he actually loved me...well, it would make this a lot easier just to feel accepted. 1b) Unfiltered blurting - A LOT LOT LOT of the time, I am thinking out loud. Will Hillary overcome her inability to answer a direct question anytime soon? Act like it makes sense? The practice of giving non-answers could be described as evasion, avoidance, dodging the question, etc. Naturally though, if everything else has been going well and I get an off the wall answer to something nothing like what I asked.......I just look at him with raised eyebrows and a smile on my face until he says......OOPS lets try again. In other cases, you may know, but your brain freezes at the moment. If the question is important enough to ask, it should be repeated with the caveat that this time, remove the filter (not so easy at times, but necessary). So then, how do we find out where Mouse is going at the end of the day, or if Mrs. Miller gave your child any homework? They avoid direct questions especially when you seek for a closure or answers. Part of it is that I’m trying to remember what happened, if, for example he asked me if I completed a task. No spam. We respect your privacy. It was never going to happen. You can object to any questions in a deposition, but you may be compelled to answer if a judge overrules the objection in court. Before you give me a answer to an entirely different question, wouldn't it make sense to ask me if I really meant X? Perhaps the most significant thing you could do if a key question has stumped you is to research a strong answer after the interview. How stupid to you have to think they are to believe they have no idea what THEY really meant to ask? . It turns out that direct questions don’t work well with Mouse either! I try not to say any of that and just let it happen mentally......only escalating if other interaction has been going poorly. Submitted by Waterfall on Sun, 02/05/2012 - 11:06. You may know of a masterful speaker who deflects questions with humor in a rather effective way without being flippant. There seems to be no logic, no thoughtfulness involved. But now that I know about ADD, and now that I've read the thought process as described above that he may be going through, it's very helpful. BUT, EVERYONE has things they say that they don't mean on occasion. By Sarah “Mouse” Scharfenaker and Tracy Stackhouse. Highly logical in most matters, gets to the point, great executive functioning. So perhaps Gardner is right, I probably do have some bad coping mechanisms on top of the genuine issues I brought up here. Further, it is really the only "reasonable" conclusion based on my words/actions. I see all the possibilities at simultaneously, too, szgrrl... And like an actual firework, it's only a brief matter of time before the ideas fade, the smoky haze starts to spread, and I start to forget what the actual question was and am befuddled as to why he's getting increasingly pissed that I have answered everything in the universe but his "simple" question. I want to be sure I am correct, so I talk it through to be sure. I have been in your shoes…..”my dad has dementia and can’t answer that question for you”. Barbara Boyd has worked as a marketing and technology consultant for more than 10 years and is the author of several books. I don’t even know how I did it. comes out, wrongly, inappropriately, and I say stuff I don't mean... Yikes - the day has got away from me... Have to shower, cut the brownies, and take my daughter to the parade. The gardener replied, "what are you talking about? . ", Submitted by Aspen on Sat, 03/17/2012 - 13:20. Alison Doyle is the job search expert for The Balance Careers, and one of the industry's most highly-regarded job search and career experts. (1) Gardener447 said in reply to the original post... : I've always felt like the long wait for an answer to a question or comment was a) he thinks the question was "unnecessary" or "uninteresting"  (He has made both comments to me in the past but I think that was either unfiltered blurting, or an attempt to deflect the "problem" onto me.

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