Two impulsive people reacting emotionally and regurgitating information at each other, does not make for a happy ending. It’s important to teach your loved ones how to be responsibly and independently. You don’t have to veerbalize every comment that comes to mind.
Have a support team to help you through the struggles. But also remember, that there are times when it’s okay to offer assistance. His wife cooked for him, cleaned up after him and did his laundry because his high-powered mind was too busy discovering the quantum workings of the universe to take time to put his dirty socks in the laundry bin. Just like with any other relationship, you have to look for the good, and stay focused on it. Make peace in your home and your life your priority. Place your ego on the side until your anger subsides. There are certain relationships that are unhealthy, toxic, and need to end.
It is difficult for people living with ADHD to form close personal relationships.
The inability to focus and the tendency to emotional overreaction could have important consequences in a budding relationship.
Your life will become easier when you identify it, own it, talk about it, and stop running from it.
Admitting that it exists is the first step to freedom. Many of history’s greatest contributions have come from people with ADHD.
If your partner is still on medication, being well-informed will also help you become aware of side-effects as they influence your relationship.
You will be better able to understand what food or lifestyle conditions are helpful and harmful for your partner.Try to be encouraging, in spite of your doubts and disappointments. Stand on the sidelines; grab your pom-poms and start cheering. Cheerleaders stand on the side, rooting for success, believing in their teams ability to achieve. Words of encouragement have more power than insults and put-downs. Let your loved one with ADHD know that you are on the same team. Allow them time and space to accomplish their tasks. ADHD isn’t an excuse for an irresponsible lifestyle. You can, however, maximize each and every second you spend.It just means that what comes easy to you, may be difficult for them. Lifehack's mission is to help you make enormous gains with the limited time you have.This disorder usually manifests itself in the school-going age and affects boys more than girls.