ADHD & Marriage Weekly Tip - July 29, 2015

Quote of the Week

“It’s only when we give to ourselves as passionately as we give of ourselves that we create the life we want and deserve.” - Suze Orman


Orman typically talks about money (and was doing so with this quote, too) but I think her idea is very relevant for relationships.  Too often partners – and women in particular – focus so much on giving to others in their lives that they forget to take care of themselves.

Here are just a few of the ideas women have shared with me about how they take care of themselves: reset weekends away from the family; creating a private quiet zone in their home to which they can escape; ‘shopping therapy’; taking courses that excite them; exercising; changing their diets; writing and more.

What have you done lately that serves only one purpose – to take care of yourself?


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For those in marriages impacted by ADHD

Please take a moment to investigate the information for couples impacted by ADHD on, including:
An 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;
and my very popular couples courses:
   ADHD Effect In-Depth Couples' Seminar - Next live session begins September 17 - this eight-session seminar has helped many couples turn around their relationship;
   Recovering Intimacy in Your Relationship - Next session begins November 10 (may change slightly) and is designed to help couples become more intimate on every level.

Adult ADHD can have a huge impact on your relationship. can literally change your life!

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