1. It’s all about ME!
Children are pretty attentive. It is extremely normal for a child to exhibit anxiety and insecurity all the time. It’s quite normal that a child recognizes only his needs and demands. However, if such behavior goes beyond boundaries, one must be able to recognize and catch this attitude. An uneasy and restless child who is always in a hurry when playing games, becomes overly relentless in the class waiting for his turn, and is totally unable to comprehend other people’s needs, might be actually suffering from ADHD.