ADHD and Relationships: Let’s Be Honest

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This week, I address one of the biggest problems in ADHD relationships that no one seems to talk about.

Disclaimer: to be clear, when I talk about the things we do to preserve the dopamine high, I am NOT saying everyone with ADHD does any or all of these. This part of the video is based heavily on my personal experience. Although those of us with ADHD are certainly more prone to boredom and risk-taking behavior, having ADHD is not an indicator of whether or not a person will cheat.

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Four things ADHD brains can focus on taken from:
Puryear, Douglas A. Your Life Can Be Better, Using Strategies for Adult ADD/ADHD. Mill City Press, Inc. 2012.

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“The Future Begins Today”
by Brett Van Donsel

“Resignation“
Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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“The Show Must Be Go”
Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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