Q: “My partner gets angry with me when I suggest that he get an evaluation for ADHD, which I strongly believe he has.
How do I handle this?”Your partner might say, “I know I have ADHD, or I suspect I do, but I don’t want to get an evaluation.
I’m never going to actually do anything about it. Love me as I am.” I hear this in my practice. That person has every right to hold that point of view, and you have every right to respond in a way that helps you live your life as you wish.You might say, “Okay, you’re sort of an absent-minded professor, and I enjoy that, and that’s just part of who you are.” Or you might say, “Actually, you’re angry at me a lot.Read more on additudemag.com