“Change does not roll in on the wheels of inevitability, but comes through continuous struggle."
- Martin Luther King, Jr.
I love this quote, even as I fear the idea of ‘continuous struggle’ might put some of you off. But here’s how I think about that idea:
Managing ADHD symptoms. This is a life-long process…and not easy!
Nurturing your relationship. This takes focus and persistence. We are all busy – making the time to make sure our relationship is healthy takes a ton of effort.
Learning how to stay calm when life throws you a curve ball. And, yes, when ADHD is part of the picture you’re likely to have more curve balls than many.
Being our best selves, and having a healthy relationship, takes constant work. I, at least, think of myself as constantly working to change for the better. How about you?
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For those in marriages impacted by ADHD
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- Online treatment overview;
- Downloadable chapters of my books;
- A community forum with other couples facing similar issues;
- A large number of blog posts on various topics;
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