ADHD can affect your relationships. By understanding how you and your partner’s behaviors impact each other and by stepping out of the criticism/defensiveness cycle, you can improve your relationship by learning to listen, react in a non-defensive manner and practice self-soothing techniques.

Dr. John Gottman, one of the world’s leading relationship researchers refers to both criticism and the defensiveness that often follows it, as belonging to a cluster of behaviors he refers to as the 4 Horsemen of the Apocalypse, so strong is the association between these communication patterns and divorce.
~ADD Consults

Key Takeaways:

Some individuals with ADHD face challenges well into their adulthood. They may go on to lead normal lives and have their own relationship too.
But ADD could trigger a destructive cycle that has to be discussed. That could be potentially harmful to anyone in a current relationship.
Be wary of these destructive signs that people might face in a relationship. There is help available and people are waiting for help when it comes to their ADHD.

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