Yes, but there is also lots of people with ADHD that aren't getting diagnosed and it's impacting their ability to fulfill their potential. We need more education and different perspectives on both sides.The ADHD over-diagnosis problem is pretty rampant. Voted on my husband's behalf; doesn't have ADHD.
Edit: ADHD is now the term for all types of ADD and ADHD. Now instead of saying ADD, technically we're supposed to say ADHD without Hyperactivity. Don't ask me why - I think it's silly.
And I'm getting some comments from people who are focused on the overdiagnosis and misdiagnosis of ADHD. This is definitely happening, but it's also happening that people AREN'T getting diagnosed until much later in life. At which point the lack of diagnosis has done sometimes irreparable damage to their self-esteem and chances at being successful in life.
We need more understanding on both sides of the issue.