Our expert says:
He may be being unrealistic in how much he expects to learn from your parents, simply because even the most intelligent of parents, educated or not, don't usually pay close attention unless there are obvious problems. Especially when she was disracted by problems relating to your dad's alcoholism. But such "reseach" ought not to be a worry, and what he might ask about presumably depends on his personal interests as to making this particular diagnosis in adults ( there are not such clear and widely recognized criteria as in other conditions ). Remember that the aim is to be sure of the best way to help you --- fortunately it's not an exam you ( or mother ) could fail ! There are no wrong answers
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