Repeating and seemingly unsolvable problems in romantic relationships can be one of the most distressing aspects of being an adult with ADHD—forgotten commitments, missed deadlines, and distracted conversations cause the partner with ADHD to feel guilty and the non-ADHD partner to feel frustrated, powerless, and devalued. How can you create a more balanced relationship where you both feel like you get your needs met? How can you work together to get ADHD under control so that it’s still a part of your life and relationship, but doesn’t run the show? And remember when we used to have fun together? Join nationally recognized ADHD expert Dr. Ari Tuckman for a practical discussion on how to work better together, re-build trust, manage disagreements, and have more fun.
Attendees will learn
how unmanaged ADHD can contribute to common relationship dynamics.
what both partners can do to create a more balanced relationship.
how to negotiate differences that don't have anything to do with ADHD.
why it is important for couples to continue to have fun together.
Cost : $35.00 - $40.00
Accessible Location: No
|Type of Organization
|Attention Deficits Disorders- South Region
|Conference Call, Online, Workshop
|Services offered in Spanish?
|Fee to Attend?
|Financial Assistance May Be Available
|Child Care Available?
|15-21 , 22 and up
|Intellectual Disability, Learning Disability
|Does this organization belong to all disabilities?
|This organization belongs to these diagnoses
|Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
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