I only mentioned it because social anxiety and avoidant personality are hallmark symptoms of ASD (Asperger's).Also, ADD is the most common misdiagnosis of ASD. In fact, 60%-70% of people with Asperger's have symptoms compatible with ADD/ADHD. So many, in fact, that a lot of experts are now saying that Asperger's and ADHD are probably both ASD disorders. But when it comes to adults, ASD is rarely recognized, even by professionals, because it is still seen as something diagnosed in childhood. There is also still an innate bias that someone on the Autism Spectrum couldn't possibly be so functional / successful, which couldn't be further from the truth. The OP may very well just have ADD, but because of the other things she mentioned (social anxiety, etc), I suggested she look into the possibility. I don't see anything wrong with doing research.