Have you ever noticed that when you hear the same thing over and over again, it starts to lose its impact? This phenomenon is known as desensitization to repeated messages, and it can profoundly affect our ability to understand and listen effectively. It greatly impacts relationships, especially if one or both people have ADHD.
Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is common among children and teens; almost 10 percent (6 million) have been diagnosed with this condition. Many complementary health approaches have been studied for ADHD, but none has been conclusively shown to be more effective than conventional therapies. Here are 9 things to know if you are considering a complementary … Read more
One of the key factors in understanding why some people with ADHD unconsciously sabotage a relationship is the difficulty they face in maintaining focus and staying organized. The impulsivity and distractibility associated with ADHD can lead to forgetfulness, missed deadlines, and a lack of follow-through, all of which can strain a relationship. A partner with ADHD can often leave the other person feeling neglected or unimportant.