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I want to get insights if ADHD really affects marriage, I want to know on the husband point of view and the wife's opinion on this matter.

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Resource: https://www.adhdcentre.co.uk

According to our ADHD doctors and psychiatrists in both manchester and london, marriage that involves ADHD are pretty much similar to all types of marriages, in that they can range from complete success, to an utter disaster. However, those that are completely terrorized by ADHD symptoms commonly have a lot of worst moments. During these times, the couples can’t even barely talk to each other. When they do, they commonly quarrel over the smallest of things. They easily get frustrated over unreasonable issues, leading to questions of trust and loyalty. So, ADHD can affect marriage. However, it is purely situational and dependent to a lot of factors, which is also the same with normal marriages.

If you happen to be married to a person who has ADHD, you might feel neglected in your relationship. Your significant other seems to not follow on what you two have agreed to do, which can lead you to feel like you have another child at home instead of a husband or wife. You keep reminding them of things all the time; things that they should already know by now. Overall, it can be frustrating when one or both spouse have ADHD. But even so, you can still live a normal life with your partner without having to resort to any worse case scenarios like separation of divorce. There are several instances where both people have ADHD, yet were still able to work things out. Thus, it is only a matter of communication and adjustment.

If you are in a relationship where your spouse has ADHD, you can look for help now by reaching out to one of our certified ADHD specialists for the best treatment for adult ADHD.
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Marriages affected by ADHD, like all marriages, range from highly successful to completely disastrous. It is safe to say, though, that those distorted by ADHD symptoms sit squarely in “the worst of times.” Pain and anger abound.

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Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder(ADHD) could spell chaos to the couples in a marriage in such a way that they might find it difficult to communicate between themselves. Try to imagine your spouse not having the ability to recollect what both of you have discussed about an important event due to attention disorder, it is clear that there would be trouble. And to make matter worst, let's assume that the both are suffering from this same disorder of short attention span, you'll agree with me that bickering would never cease to be a recurring decimal in their marriage.

However, ADHD in marriage would not only lead to constant querrels between the couples, but also all forms of violence could fester over time. Apparently, it would spell doom for them if the situation is not thoroughly checked. And if the necessary clinical action not taken, this problem might affect the overall complexion of the family without the kids not taken out of the picture.

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