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If you are overwhelmed by the amount of information on the effect of ADHD on marriage, start with these posts first.

To you, the distraction, trouble following through and general struggle suggest ADHD.  Plus, you have kids who’ve been diagnosed with ADHD.  Yet your partner refuses that he (or she) shows all the signs.  What do you do?

Just saying 'you know in your heart' when to call it quits on your relationship is not quite enough.  

Anger often invades ADHD relationships, and couples may compound their pain and feed that anger by falling victim to these common myths.

Research has shown for a while that brain training doesn't improve ADHD symptoms around short-term memory problems for adults with ADHD.  New research released this week suggests it doesn't help the general population of adults, either.  Now what?

Follow this path to get started on managing your ADHD.

Let's stop with the 'alternative facts' version of whether or not ADHD is real!

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.” 

Trying to avoid feelings of shame is only human, but when it comes to adult ADHD, gentle engagement with raw areas can lead to significant gains.  But how to do that, when shame feels so bad?  These ideas, provided by adults with ADHD, can help both ADHD partners and non-ADHD partners.

ADHD adults often carry a lot of hurt and shame with them.  Learn what these shame triggers are and you can significantly improve your interactions.  A recent conversation with five adults with ADHD and their partners highlights some of the issues.

Why do partners struggle so much with porn use?  What's the big deal?  This article provides my observations based upon working with couples faced with this issue.

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