Attention Deficit/hyperactivity Disorder

Attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder is a brain disorder characterised by three patterns of behavior; inattention, hyperactivity and impulsivity. Although it is common to meet these behaviors in young children, attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder amplifies them. As a result, children or young adults suffering from it may experience social and integrational difficulties in school, university or job.

What can I do? He's driven after drinking. He said "It's going in the right direction" i.e. he has drank less than he did last time. So I guess he has been doing this a lot more regularly than I know. I feel really hurt but he doesn't seem to understand that it hurts me, destroys my trust...

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Advice please! My partner is currently crying about “not being good enough”, worries that we aren’t ever going to get better, and that they feel like they’re losing me. To be brutally honest, they are losing me. They’re not addressing their issues/bad behavior or at least not addressing them to the...

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A village in the south of Italy has allowed people with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and autism to visit nearby beaches during COVID-19 lockdown.The initiative comes from the village of Salve located in Salento. This area in the southern tip of Puglia is home to some of the …

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Has anyone had any luck communicating with their partner about issues and actually resolving them? We are really stuck. I actually kicked him out for several days last week. We talked some stuff through and he's back in, but it still feels horribly tense to me. The only thing that has really changed...

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My husband went to the doctor today for the first time about this and has (he said) been referred to a psychologist. He may mean a psychiatrist, because my husband is not good on remembering specifics and exact words used. Yay for him finally making an appointment! It's really been tough for me at t...

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One of the first behaviors I noticed that was odd about the woman I eventually married was that, when she would talk about going somewhere and tell me how long it’d take to get there, she‘d exaggerate the time required. If she didn’t want to go she’d double the time. If she did want to go she’d cut...

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A teacher preparedness professor with ADHD and anxiety shares why sheltering in place has been surprisingly soothing for her mental health.Marsha …

Anyone else find life events kick the ADHD symptoms up a notch? Major arguments happened around our engagement, marriage, birth of every child, buying house and recently changing job. I'm so over all of this and there is never any acknowledgement at the end of it. Sorry I was so awful to you and you...

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Can someone tell me if this is an ADHD thing or a him thing. I’ve looked and I can’t find anything about it, maybe is is something but not one of those things worth noting in the traits list. Falling asleep without knowing it (not like narcolepsy) but for example, we’ll be up talking (texting) and t...

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Curious if you have gone through a major break up or breakdown with your ADHD partner, and then put things back together? What type of honeymoon? Have you experienced, if any?

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Is my ADHD partner loosing his mind and has anyone gone to a women's shelter and received counselling support? Summary: 2 years ago after my daughter was born I suffered from severe PP anxiety meanwhile my hubby's undiagnosed ADHD was sky high. Fast forward to present, he is on medicines. Has a good...

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The Food and Drug Administration issued an enforcement policy on the use of digital health devices that are considered therapeutic for psychiatric …

Does your partner always see “trouble”? No matter what, husband says, but what about _________? And if he doesn’t want to do something and he knows I want him to, he’ll say, would you ask me to do that if my leg was broken (or some other calamity)? I finally started answering, when your leg breaks,...

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We’re living in a time of virtual communication. That was already somewhat true, and it’s especially true now that coronavirus is a thing and talking …

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