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“We Each Trust That the Other Is Doing Their Best”

ADHD relationship work in the comments below.“My husband and I have been married for 26 years and dated for four years before that. It has been important for me to realize how I could have handled things differently in the past, whether for my own recognition or the relationship’s.

Being willing to accept ownership of our mistakes doesn’t mean that we are less important in a relationship.” – Anonymous“My partner and I have ADHD, but our executive dysfunction issues are slightly different. I can’t tackle large projects, but I’m efficient at getting smaller tasks done.

My partner, on the other hand, has no problem with big tasks, but gets stuck on execution. We try to meet in the middle, and get to feel accomplished for tackling our

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ADHD relationship work in the comments below.“My husband and I have been married for 26 years and dated for four years before that. It has been important for me to realize how I could have handled things differently in the past, whether for my own recognition or the relationship’s.
Q: “My spouse is not a big communicator, even more so when it comes to the topic of ADHD. When we do talk about the ADHD, he barely responds; when he does, he is vague, sometimes stating that things are difficult to explain.

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