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Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder ADHD can affect the way a person interacts with others, and this can cause challenges in relationships. Depending on the person and the relationship, familiar ADHD-related difficulties may be present or new ones may arise. However, a person with ADHD and their partner can use a range of strategies to work around these challenges. Also, many characteristics of ADHD can be strengths in a relationship. Below, we explore the challenges, techniques that help, and possible benefits of having a partner with ADHD. Some symptoms of ADHD can make forming and maintaining relationships difficult.
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The ADHD Strain: How Relationships Collapse Under the Weight of ADD
You can barely talk to each other about problems affecting the relationship. When you do, you rarely agree. ADHD can be a contributing factor in a wide range of relationship problems. If your partner has ADD, you may feel ignored and lonely. Your partner can focus on things that interest him, but not on you.
While the distractibility, disorganization, and impulsivity of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder ADHD or ADD can cause problems in many areas of adult life, these symptoms can be particularly damaging when it comes to your closest relationships. This is especially true if the symptoms of ADHD have never been properly diagnosed or treated. No matter what you do, nothing seems to please your spouse or partner. You wish your significant other could relax even a little bit and stop trying to control every aspect of your life.