We encourage you to join this community which consists of an Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder Peer Support Chat Room, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder peer support forums and an attention deficit hyperactivity disorder peer support social network for you to reach out to others in the same situation; we encourage you to meet, greet, share and support with others around the world.
The term chat room, or chatroom, is primarily used to describe any form of synchronous conferencing, occasionally even asynchronous conferencing.
Finally there are answers as to why these adults were considered impulsive, indecisive, easily distracted and unable to focus or sit still.
Offenders of these rules can be "kicked" (temporarily ejected from the room, but allowed back in) or banned completely either on a temporary or permanent basis.
Sometimes chat room venues are moderated either by limiting who is allowed to speak (not common), by having comments be approved by moderators (often presented as asking questions of a guest or celebrity), or by having moderation volunteers patrol the venue watching for disruptive or otherwise undesirable behavior.
Many such implementations generate profit by selling virtual goods to users at a high margin. Chat rooms, particularly those intended for children, usually have rules that they require users to follow.
Some online chat rooms also incorporate audio and video communications, so that users may actually see and hear each other. These are typically implemented by an external process such as an IRC bot joining the room to conduct the game. The rules are generally posted before entry, either on a web page or an MOTD-type banner in the case of IRC and other text-based chat systems.