I have to preface this by saying my husband has never been officially diagnosed with this. It's me who has been looking into it because I thought our marriage sounded just like what Melissa was describing when she was promoting her book. The more I have been reading though the more I think he has ADD but things aren't too bad with us so I am not pushing him to do anything about this. I think we are able to get along pretty well because I have a good job and there are just the two of us - no kids to be responsible for. So he does things that drive me nuts sometimes (like today when he went outside to do yard work and left the door open with the furnace running) but he also makes my life fun, interesting and exciting which is one of the things that attracted me to him in the first place. I recently had a business meeting in Europe and since he is experiencing another stint of unemployment he was free to go with me - which has never been the case in the past. He's so adventurous and unafraid to try things - unlike me. So thanks to him after my meeting we were able to rent a car and drive around to all kinds of fantastic out of the way places - like through the mountains and down streets too narrow for the car in wonderful small towns along the Mediterranean coast. We couldn't find our out of the way, tiny, historic hotel - no problem - he drove around until he found it. Couldn't speak the language? No problem - somehow he communicates with people even though they don't speak the same language (not the first time either). It was all beautiful and perfect and exactly what I wanted to be able to do - and I would not have done it had it not been for him. I try to remind myself of the fun, interesting, adventurous experiences he has brought to my life whenever the other stuff is getting on my nerves. Overall I think I'm very fortunate that I feel the good far outweighs the bad.