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Suggesting to your partner that he or she might have ADHD can be really tricky, particularly if your partner is volatile or experiences a great deal of shame. What to do?
Your partner may not seem curious about you, but that doesn't mean you can't still connect.
Partners of adults with ADHD sometimes report they are disappointed that their ADHD partner isn't more empathetic. Lack of empathy can leave them feeling unloved or alone. What to do?
This simple strategy can help couples repair from scritchy times.
Stress exaggerates our normal tendencies. When one of you has ADHD and the other one doesn’t that can be a problem... or a blessing.
Introducing the topic of ADHD into your partnership may feel daunting, but here are tips to make it easier.
In a lovely success story, one woman tells how she and her husband discovered that his long-standing habit of interrupting her was a coping strategy to mask ADHD distraction. Could this be happening to you?
Parent/Child Dynamics will ruin your relationship. In order to change them, you must first recognize what they look like. This post deals with the 'child' side of the dynamic.
Having a partner who says he loves you often be late sends confusing signals. Learning more can help.
Helping an adult child with ADHD can be like walking a tightrope. Here are some tips for making sure you provide support without taking over.
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