Communication issues can cause extreme stress, leading to a breakdown of the relationship. This article covers ways for couples to communicate better with their mates and to help bring back or strengthen the relationship that attracted the two of you to each other in the first place.
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Marriage when one or both people have ADHD by Melissa Orlov
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If you’re in an ADHD relationship, you know it can be frustrating, thus making it necessary to understand ADHD in order to understand your partner’s habits/qualities. Here are 20 things to remember about ADHD.
Learn how to make your family and child more resilient to adversity.
For those with ADHD, certain management techniques at home and at school are needed to cope with their individual learning processes.
When your partner has ADHD, it is difficult to not get frustrated, disappointed or angry with them. Luckily, there is a way to combat these feelings and to keep the romance/initial relationship alive and healthy. It is possible to help your partner without enabling or nagging them through the correct way of communicating with your lover, focusing on the strengths of your partner, and/or following a “Plan B” by consulting a specialist.