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.
A lot of couples I work with have been curious about the idea of Rejection Sensitive Dysphoria (RSD), wondering if the ADHD partner in their relationship might have it. Dr. William Dodson is giving a free seminar on the topic on May 23, 2019.
A man with ADHD shares his ‘aha’ moment of learning that his ADHD included Rejection Sensitive Dysphoria, an often undiagnosed, but not very well ‘hidden,’ part of ADHD for many adults. Do you have RSD? What does RSD mean for your relationship? How do you treat Rejection Sensitive Dysphoria?