Find Your Way to a Fulfilling Relationship
By Lara Honos-Webb, Ph.D.
You wonder whether you’ll ever be able to settle down in a relationship, afraid that no one will ever let you be yourself with adult ADHD.
You tell yourself, Listen, listen, just listen, when talking with loved ones.
You try to be patient with a partner who seems to move in slow motion compared to your own faster tempo. You think, “Why do I always have to slow down? Why doesn’t anyone try, just for one day, to keep up with me?”
Your need for action and stimulation isn’t a character defect, it’s just a difference. ADD is not a disorder that has to be hidden. If you can help your partner see the world from your point of view, you’re on your way to a fulfilling relationship.
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