There’s more to learn, but we do know quite a bit about how different treatments for ADHD stack up. Here is athe lowdown on what works, and how it compares to other treatments. I also write about what doesn't work, as well.
Treatment for adult ADHD often includes medication, but research clearly indicates that medication alone is not the best treatment for ADHD. Further, about 20-30% of adults can’t find a medication that works for them, or works without side effects. Use this method for getting the most out of treatment for adult ADHD.
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?
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?
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.” Though your partner seems self-absorbed, it is likely not narcissism, and with the right approach it usually CAN be addressed within your relationship.