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As you can see, we have updated the adhdmarriage.com website after a good long run of seven years for the old one.  I want to publicly thank George for all his hard work - this was a huge undertaking as this site is now massive.  There will probably be a few glitches, and if you see one, please report it.  And, if you have a moment to thank George for his continued to support of this site, that would be great, too.  He is the 'silent' partner in all this, but works hard behind the scenes to keep things running smoothly.  THANK YOU, GEORGE!

The video of Melissa with coach Jeff Copper is all about why getting past denial is so important when it comes to healing ADHD-impacted relationships.

Dr. Ned Hallowell argues that the current medical model of diagnosing and treating ADHD is destructive and needs to be replaced.  I agree.

When is it nagging and when is it reminding?  For non-ADHD partners, it can be hard to figure out whether - or how - to remind a partner of something that needs to get done.  Here are some ideas about where to draw the line.

We're celebrating! We've just added a free online treatment guide to this site in order to to include the best resources for treating adult ADHD in relationships in one location.  Included in this treatment guide is a free download of the treatment chapter of my new book, The Couple's Guide to Thriving with ADHD.  It's hard to sort through all the information out there.  This guide is an effort to do the sorting for you with our "experts" caps on.

On average, some treatments are more effective than others.  This post provides specific details.

All of us have bad days sometimes…even bad months or longer.  I’m having one right now that has to do with my negative feelings about the impact of my husband’s job in our lives.  The problem is, my responses are making things worse.  As always, you can learn from my mistakes - in this case about how NOT to approach your partner.

Coming home to an ADHD partner's mess can raise the stress levels at home, encourage long-term resentment, and ruin your sex life.  Here's how to clear up the clutter fast.

Film maker, Richard Rodriguez, and I ask for readers of this blog to submit conversations that you think represent ADHD in your household for the video trailer we are creating.

For many adults with ADHD the gap between wanting to do something and actually completing that thing can be huge...and heartbreaking.  

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