In relationships, this can manifest in many ways – e.g., as a partner who: On the flip side, those with ADHD can be creative, unique in their thinking, and energetic and passionate about the things they are interested in. The key, if you are dating someone with ADHD is to educate yourself about the condition and then work with your partner to find ways to mitigate the negative manifestations.June Silney, writing for the ADD Association, has some excellent suggestions for strengthening your relationship with someone has ADHD.I am not saying That is what you are trying here.....But if this man senses it he may act distant to see where you are "at" as a person and as a woman! He may seem feckless, casual, even detached but only Time will reveal that to you as a fact or as part of his profile as an ADHDer.Do either message here - or private message me if you wish.My gut still tells me that your guy is a lot like me.Understanding the impact that ADHD has on both you and your partner is critical to improving your relationship. If you don’t have ADHD, try to appreciate just how difficult it is to live every day with a slew of intrusive symptoms.If you do have ADHD, try to understand how much your condition has changed your partner’s life.
I still wish to give you whatever advice to look closer at your bf's mind and what he's thinking as best as I can know it myself.We are - as said by others here - a forward talking and shoot-from-the-hip group.Everyone wants to help - but sometimes they say things in a way that seems a bit abrupt or odd if you don't have ADHD.Asking and wanting to learn to accept ADHD as real is Healthy and as an ADHDer I am delighted to see U on the board.Both people have to work to make a successful relationship, and he may be a 'darling' of a bf ' fiancee ' or future hubby,but realize that for quite a while you may have to do a lot of the work on scheduleing and damage control for being late to parties, appointments,etc.
Anxiety is also a very common trait in individuals with ADHD.