Do any of the things you’ve mentioned get you into trouble at school or home? Do other people comment on the things you say or do? Do you find that your distraction affects other things?
I think there’s probably some things that are just “you” and that can always be tough to tease out. We do things that are quirky, odd, impulsive, or fun as part of who we are. The real challenge is when these things about us start to bump into things outside of ourselves.
Maybe make a list of things that you’re wondering about. It might be helpful to make a couple of columns such as: Things I’m curious about and Things I’m concerned about. Once you have a list together look it over and then see if it’s something that you might want to talk with a professional about. If you’re not already seeing a therapist, primary care doctor, or psychiatric prescriber, maybe seeing if your family would be willing to take you. I’ve made lists like this before when I go into meetings, appointments, or when I’m trying to make decisions. It helps me to see it on paper. And when I make the list more things usually come to mind that I hadn’t put into words before.
All in all it’s figuring out what’s important to you and what you’d like help with. If you’re happy being you and you aren’t feeling that things are getting in the way, awesome. But if there are things you’d like to address, making your list and talking to someone can be the first step in tackling them.