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  • by: ADHDMomof2 - 1 hour 38 min ago
     I agree.  It's like a giant "learning conversation," to quote you.  I find it interesting to know that these random, nuanced behaviors I've always attributed to my ADHD are not unique to just me (repeating intended tasks, not closing cabinet doors, etc...).  You won't find this in the DSM! I also think that the conversation from both sides makes for less US vs. THEM.  The non-ADHD partners didn't ask for the craziness that can accompany untreated/undertreated ADHD.  I can say that for my part, I...
  • by: magenice759 - 1 hour 43 min ago
    Be successfully used, it must be appropriately trained specialists that will be used in the process . If used incorrectly industry clearly see that this is not an easy process . As part of the impact windows  , tinted windows , and it continues to decrease . Integrity and appearance highlight the abuse and lost. Mark with a shield of air bubbles and uneven lines will work and that they will reflect poorly on the business  window replacement .
  • by: marcilossy - 3 hours 49 min ago
    My husband has abandon me and the kids for the the past 8months now, and refuse to come back because he was hold on by a woman whom he just met, for that, my self and the kids has been suffering and it has been heel of a struggle, but i decide to do all means to make sure that my family come together as it use to, then i went online there i saw so many good talk about this spiritual man King Shola reuniting families and homes with his spell powers. I asked for his email reunitehomespelltemple@ gmail. com,...
  • by: c ur self - 7 hours 45 min ago
    I read your comment and the story you have shared is no different from times in my own life. I am sorry that you are dealing with such unwanted and undesired circumstances. But, I have come to find out in my own life of 57 years that circumstances, how ever i perceive them, are designed by a sovereign God to get me to see him. He loves you with the full force of his love, and you need his peace. Until you stop focusing on you past mistakes (we all have made plenty) and receive the forgiveness and abundant...
  • by: Rosered - 7 hours 46 min ago
    When I mentioned the moldy futon to my husband and said that I wasn't sure what to do (mainly because I don't know how widespread the mold problem is), he got very huffy.  He implied that I was overreacting by being upset about it (he said he knew about it already, "the basement has always had humidity problems," I could just toss out the futon, but if I really wanted to I could spend lots of money on it (last comment dripping with sarcasm)).  I'm upset both by his factual misstatements and by the...
  • by: LyraHeartstrings - 9 hours 46 min ago
    I have actually said stuff like that to my husband because I think I'm beyond frustration and I'm so aware of everything that I'm in a constantly bad mood. I know what Melissa's talking about in her book as I see how I'm reacting to things and it's not good. The "i'm trying to be funny" makes me flip. And the "you're too sensitive" stuff or the "you have to talk/ask a certain way" and the granddaddy of them all, "I'll do it in my own way, in my own time." Which leaves you just wondering what a sham your "...
  • by: dedelight4 - 10 hours 18 min ago
         Lyraheartstrings, you perfectly described my ADHD husband. He does the EXACT SAME THING. He makes comments ALL THE TIME, and most of the time they are hurtful, or weird in some way, but he thinks they are hilariously funny. Don't get me wrong, he CAN be very funny at times, but he makes the comments ALL the time, with EVERY conversation, and after EVERY spoken word someone else says.  Yesterday, I asked him where he was going, (I asked nicely), and he said back to me (sarcastically with a mad face) "I...
  • by: LyraHeartstrings - 10 hours 38 min ago
    c ur self, that sounds horrible honestly. Why live like your wife doesn't exist? That seems to just deny you a full life, and it doesn't seem fair to her, either. Just get out if you actually need to pretend she's not there. I understand the part about finances etc. and taking control of that, but ultimately a marriage is a partnership. We are not adopting a child, we're creating a partnership. Each of you should be able to rely on the other and it should not be so one sided. You can give her affection and...
  • by: LyraHeartstrings - 10 hours 49 min ago
    " it has been his habit to not talk about anything except jokes and silliness," Wow, this is my husband. I never quite noticed it before but the past few months I am acutely aware of his constant "witty comments." He tries so hard to "say something witty." It's all about his idea that he has to be funny all the time. ALL THE TIME. He can't communicate with me or anyone without making jokes. He would come home from say going to the grocery store and I'd say hey did you get the milk? And he would say, "They...
  • by: LyraHeartstrings - 10 hours 58 min ago
    My husband is so petty and defensive it's ridiculous. It's gotten so much worse the past year or two. We're coming up on our 7th anniversary in July. I didn't even know he had ADHD until a couple of months ago (silly me, eh? His sister has it and his dad, too. I just didn't realize what ADHD looked like since it's mainly advertised as something kids have.) But he's so touchy he feels attacked and blamed constantly and he says I have to speak to him a certain way (!!!). It's walking on eggshells. I think...

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