I am glad I happened to see Dr. Phil's show tonight, as I love this web site. I have read so much already on women dealing with husbands who have ADD but not much on woman who are the ones with ADD. My husband and I have been struggling with the same issues since our marriage began, most of which have to deal with my ADD symptoms/actions and the way my husband deals with them. I took the innitiative to try everything to change myself and after finding it impossible, seeked professional help. I was very depressed and losing sleep due to extreme anxiety, but after seeing a therapist and a psychiatrist, I was diagnosed with ADD. Medication made a night and day difference. Although the problems did not go away 100%, they truely made our marriage so much happier. My problem right now is that I am pregnant and having to learn to deal with my ADD without medication. I feel like I am having to start all over again with nowhere to go. It makes it very difficult that I know that I have a true medical problem and that there is medication that helps - BUT I CAN'T TAKE IT WHILE PREGNANT! My husband seems to have absolutely no undertstanding about how difficult this is for me - physically and mentally. He is back to the constant nagging and put downs and doesn't understand why I can't just "get it done". Do you have any insight on things that I can do to deal with my ADD for the next nine months (actually seven to go). I am having such a hard to convincing myself that I can do this for seven more months. Any insight would be greatly appreciated.