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I rarely endorse products - but like most people with ADHD, my husband snores...loudly.  These ear buds have changed my life.

Follow this path to get started on managing your ADHD.

We begin our 10 year anniversary celebration by updating our website...but that's not all!!

Here are my suggestions for books that will help you understand your partnership better, and learn more. 

As you can see, we have updated the adhdmarriage.com website after a good long run of seven years for the old one.  I want to publicly thank George for all his hard work - this was a huge undertaking as this site is now massive.  There will probably be a few glitches, and if you see one, please report it.  And, if you have a moment to thank George for his continued to support of this site, that would be great, too.  He is the 'silent' partner in all this, but works hard behind the scenes to keep things running smoothly.  THANK YOU, GEORGE!

Thanksgiving is a great time to reflect on what you are thankful for.  This year, as I complete my second book, I am particularly aware of how grateful I am to be working with a community of people impacted by ADHD.  There are so many seeking ways to love their partner more fully and working to make their lives better...truly it is a privilege.  Thank you!

Melissa will present a CE event for GoodTherapy.org at 9 a.m. PDT on October 11, titled Tools to Help Couples Impacted by ADHD Thrive. It is available free with 1.5 CE credits for all GoodTherapy.org members. For details, or to register, please click here.

Adults with ADHD may feel awkward in social situations or have difficulty communicating.  I recently got a note from a man with ADHD who said he needed tips on how to better meet interesting women and make close friends.  Here are a few suggestions:

If you are one of the people who has repaired your relationship and sees success, consider paying everyone here back by staying a bit involved with the site and posting about your positive experiences.

Zoe Kessler has posted here before and is a regular contributor to PsychCentral.  She has just posted an interview with a couple in which the non-ADHD partner describes her appreciation for the ADHD essence of her partner - well worth reading!  You can find Zoe's blog and this particular post here.  If you have any thoughts about the positive things you see in your partner's ADHD, please feel free to add them to this entry...I, for one, recognized my husband in much of what this woman wrote.

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