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Following a topic raised by a female friend who also has you think

that ADDers are different when it comes to starting a romantic relationship? in terms of time we need to get truly "connected" with the par…

Started by Olga

3 May 21, 2014
Reply by doug puryear

ADHD is costing me my marriage, home and life

My wife told me in October that she no longer loves me, this sent me into a deeply depressed state and I could barely function at home or a…

Started by Tony Scott

20 Apr 11, 2011
Reply by harry phillips

Have you? Turned back at the Critical Moment of Intimacy or the X - Moment

I received an email the other day asking me about the moment of intimacy. She had just read my book AACBS and said one of her problems is t…

Started by Bryan Hutchinson

10 Oct 27, 2010
Reply by Kathryn


First of all, sorry for the two long posts. I just have a lot to talk about. Another thing with ADD is dealing with frienships and social…

Started by Paula

4 Oct 5, 2010
Reply by Sarah Christine Gogstetter

Do you think ADHD gives you Advantages in attracting someone?

If so, in what ways? We spend enough time beating ourselves up, so let's look at how others might perceive someone of our traits as sexy. T…

Started by Bryan Hutchinson

16 Aug 13, 2010
Reply by Sheena Crankson

Need the men on this one!

Ok men, I need your help. My friend, who is married for 1 year, suspects that her husband is ADD. She is about ready to divorce him because…

Started by Rochelle

12 Jul 7, 2009
Reply by JiFF


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