It wouldn’t be right to call ADHD the kiss of death, as the condition alone can never make or break a romantic relationship. However, if a couple fails to acknowledge the symptoms of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), the issue is likely to create or exacerbate tensions in relationships. These symptoms, such as disorganisation, distractibility, and impulsivity, in particular, can negatively impact different areas of a relationship.
Regardless of whether one or both partners have ADHD, the condition can severely plague the relationships by stirring frustration, resentment, and misunderstandings. The good news is that educating yourself more about the role of ADHD in relationships can help both partners develop strategies to improve communication and produce happier and healthier relationships.
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