For those of you who are having trouble getting your Adderall prescription filled, here are some ideas that may help. Because I’m a relationship expert, and because medication changes can dramatically change how you interact with those around you, my first advice has to be about your most important relationships:
I'm often asked what technology can help with some of the basic elements of better managing life when ADHD is a factor. Here are some high quality, easy, and often free apps and other technologies that couples report have helped their progress towards a calmer and happier life together.
There are a lot of different therapy modes that can help couples impacted by ADHD, including Gottman Couples Therapy, Internal Family Systems, and ADHD Effect Consulting. This post, contributed by an Imago therapy practitioner and Rabbi, describes the ins and outs of Imago therapy and how it can fit with ADHD. As always, it helps to find a specialist who understands ADHD.
It’s about time that we start having a conversation around using the emotional dysregulation that some with ADHD experience as a diagnostic criteria. A new research analysis suggests changing how we label what ‘sort’ of ADHD people have can improve both diagnosis and treatment.
Many couples impacted by ADHD have been able to improve their relationships using techniques known to improve both ADHD management and responses to ADHD symptoms. Pandemic stressors are turning all of that on its head. What’s going on, and what can you do about it to keep from going back to the bad old days?