ADHD and Marriage Blog

My daughter introduced me to the Bullet Journal – her method for really staying organized.  It works…knock me over with a feather!

Non-ADHD partners end up feeling more resentful when they work on their relationship without input or engagement from an ADHD spouse.

Couples often have trouble agreeing on whether or not a partner is having an emotional affair.  Here's how to figure it out.

People with ADHD commonly have significant sleep issues, and couples impacted by ADHD often have radically different sleep schedules, with the ADHD partners being night owls and sometimes sporadic sleepers, and exhausted non-ADHD partners often falling into bed at a very early hour.  Here’s how ADHD-impacted couples can do much better in this area.

October is ADHD Awareness Month, which means there are some excellent programs going on that can get you more information about ADHD and introduce you to some of the other experts in the field.

I cannot tell you how often I have had a non-ADHD partner contact me and say something such as “I have a partner with ADHD who is also a narcissist.” 

ADHD is highly heritable, which means you may well have children with ADHD.  As they age, how to support them becomes less clear, as parents need to let go of the organizing support they provided their ADHD child when younger, and embrace something new.  Here are tips for parents of adult children who wish to keep their relationships strong.

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