Joy in Marriages with ADHD

When it comes to living in the present moment, people with ADHD are to be envied.  This is how most of them live – often to the exclusion of planning for the future or (sometimes) remembering well the past.

A writer for ADDitude, Emily Chen, has described living in the moment (with ADHD) and her heart, mind, and body as cats. She explains how sometimes they’re all super excited, playfully pouncing here and there in pursuit of prey. During those times, she feels invincible — like anything is possible. 

Though there is no set answer, happy couples with ADHD share some common characteristics.  This post explores specific examples of couples who have made it work.

Roses are red...Tips for making this Valentine's Day a success if you have ADHD.

With more than the usual numbers of commitments, the holidays can be stressful.  Here are some tips for lessening the tension and upping the joy factor.

Don't let ADHD get in the way of having fun connecting again on a staycation.  This post augments a recent NY Times article to make it more relevant for couples impacted by ADHD.

Valentines is one of the most difficult holidays for those with ADHD.  But even if you're behind the eight ball in planning, here are some creative ways to please your partner.

Tired of doing the same thing each year?  Try these slight spins on old themes!

Looking to have a happier year in 2015?  Why not pick one of these eight resolutions that can help couples impacted by ADHD turn their lives in a happier, healthier direction this year?

Forgiveness takes time and effort, but with these eight steps you can forgive even the biggest transgressions.

Repeated research studies suggest that gratitude can lead us to healthier lives and actually help 'rewire' our brains for greater happiness.  But struggling couples may not be feeling very grateful.  Here are some tips about how to find gratitude in your own life and what it can do for your relationship.

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