My husband and I have been married for six months. We were together for 5 yrs and engaged two of those years. I did notice signs of ADHD while dating, but it wasn't constant. Since being married my husband is constantly distracted. I can never seem to have him focus on me/on our relationship. I constantly feel like I am put on the backburner and that everyone and everything else is more important than I am. I cry often, because I miss my husband and want to see that I am important to him. He is genuinely sorry and does his best to fix things, but that is just for the moment. As soon as I think things are getting worked out and I smile, I am just ignored all over again. Also, I am constantly 2nd guessed on everything I say, suggest, or do. I feel like (in his eyes) I can not do and say anything right. I am constantly corrected and my sentences are rephrased by him. I feel like he is so selfish while I am mostly selfless. I often hear about his wants and I always give in with a smile on my face and in my heart. I never hear him care or suggest things that would make me happy. When we finally do things that make me happy, he seems disinterested and/or crabby about it. The combination of these actions has worn me out. I feel like my shine is gone. I am no longer happy. It has been along time since I have felt happy. I cry often, I have put on weight since, and I feel so lonely and neglected. I know he loves me and he hates how I am feeling, but the more we try the more hurt I become. He was diagnosed with ADHD as a child. I think it is the cause for our marriage being where it is at today. I do not want to give up on us and I will not. I need some advice/tools as soon as possible. I can not take another day feeling like this. I feel everyday is taking a bigger toll on our marriage. If anyone could offer any advice to us, I would greatly appreciate it!!! We are planning for a family and I refuse to bring a baby into a place where I am sad and confused.