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.
Join our group on ADHD and dating to learn tips or to share your own experiences about ADHD and dating/relationships.
Tips on how to remedy anger you have provoked.
Inspiration for ADHD relationships.
Audio presentation by Dr. George Sachs on “Minimizing the “Collateral Damage” of Adult ADHD/ADD:
How to Stop ADD From Destroying Relationships & Career.”
Links to dating advice for those in an ADHD relationship.
Does your ADHD get in the way of real intimacy—or even a second date? Do you feel isolated and distanced? It doesn’t have to be that way!
Audio presentation by Melissa Orlov: ADHD couples pick exactly the wrong approaches to solving their marital problems that would make sense for most couples, but not when one or both partners has ADHD.
ADHD and its effect on marriage, as well as the 12 distinct symptoms of ADHD affecting your marriage.