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Being with someone who has ADHD brings unique challenges.
We may know how wonderful we are, but also know that we can be pains in the butt too.
Don’t just assume your partner can tell you everything you need to know. It’s also important to note that while ADHD might be a reason why your loved one does the things they do, it is not an excuse for every problem in your relationship. Neither person in the relationship is without flaws.
Show them that they are worth the time spent learning! There are a few things that will help you navigate your relationship smoothly. Both parties will also have many positive attributes to bring to the table as well. Talk to one another with no distractions such as phone, the internet or television. Personally, I think the world would be a much better place if we all gave one another more compliments, but trust me, a compliment will mean the world to your ADHD partner. Being in a relationship with someone who has ADHD can be tougher.
Sometimes I won't text back for a few hours or will come off as surprisingly nonchalant if you cancel plans.
It doesn't mean I don't want to see you: It just means I’m currently trying to teach myself the theme on piano or got lost in reading internet murder conspiracy theories.
This doesn’t mean everything will always be roses or that you will never fight, but with a little foresight you can spend much more time enjoying your loved one than being frustrated by their ADHD behaviors.
I'm doing my best but I’m nervous, you wore a neon plaid shirt I can’t stop looking at, and the girls next to us are savagely roasting some guy named “Tony,” who I assume is an ex. I could be on a mountaintop with a shirtless Tom Hardy, who is longingly looking into my eyes while he tells me a secret he’s never told anyone, and honestly, if it’s longer than five minutes, I won’t make it the whole way through without thinking about his throwback Myspace pics.
But I will always refocus eventually, and if anything, this has taught me to ask you a lot of questions in order to keep myself centered. I will be at least 10 minutes late almost every time I meet you.
I actively struggle to pay attention on a first date.
You don’t know me yet, so when I inevitably get distracted by my favorite Sia song in the background or how the appetizer menu is written in Comic Sans, you’ll probably think I’m just an asshole who finds your favorite childhood memory to be a total snoozefest. I might not remember all the details from the first time you told me something.