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Just yesterday he said that now he is off alcohol, on ADD meds he is thinking clearer. I would move overseas because of her (not a really big deal). But don’t know how since there’s a distance between us right now.

His reckless behaviour is part of ADD but when I fought with him for 6 weeks about what he was doing and hiding his phone, deleting messages I just don’t know if i can go back to him. There were a lot of signs that she likes me (trust me, some other just random person wouldn’t do that, and I am not talking about sex). I have a feeling that she was doing things that would stop me from liking her (like talking about her ex-es, less physical contact, talking/texting with other guys etc. Normally it sounds like, yeah she’s not interested in me anymore. She’s displaying symptoms of ADHD…those medications are specifically prescribed for that. Hey y’all, I’ve just recently started dating someone with ADHD and it’s been kind of stressful.

The rope stays strong and supportive as you both reach and climb upward together. Once you accept your own flaws, you will think differently about your partner’s imperfections.

You’re late for appointments, if you even remember that you have them. You say things without thinking or tune out during important conversations. And still, adults with ADHD are completely capable of happy, fulfilling marriages.

It’s complex, it’s hard, it’s beautiful, it’s not impossible. The entwined threads can either be sturdy or frayed.

Last year he decided he would be able to control his various ADD symptoms if you will.

Well this summer he decided that he would have a simple fling with a it all the time so what was the harm. Wrong, I found his phone being a problem and he hid the messages until i saw a message from Bradley. I knew who Bradley was and watched him play this game with me for about 6-8 weeks. I have add and that doesnt make me or anyone else with add the right to cheat on anyone just because we cant think clear.

BUT I know that she is taking Aderoll some sleeping pills, and she also behaves like she’s doing everything really quick…So Idk, is it really me being stupid or should I find a way how to approach her. Given that she is moving very vastly and displaying lack of emotion, it maybe because she’s not managing her medication correctly. The medication somehow has a numbing effect on emotions. There are times where she gets frustrated and takes it out on me, and I know she doesn’t intend to do it.