Interrupting: Kids with ADHD can’t stop interrupting others while they are talking, butting into conversations or games they’re not part of, blurting out answers before the whole question has been stated.
Trouble managing emotions is a common ADHD symptom, although isn’t often mentioned. Researchers and professionals who treat kids with ADHD often report that emotions play a huge role in the daily struggles kids face. Emotions can feel more intense with ADHD and get in the way of everyday life.
Fidgeting: Kids with ADHD often fidget.
A child with ADHD often can’t sit still. With frequent attempts to get up and run around, fidget, or squirm in their chair when forced to sit. Sometimes, it’s out of boredom. But common causes include ADHD symptoms such as anxiety, stress, hyperactivity, and attention problems.