The Couple’s Guide to Thriving with ADHD

More and more often, adults are realizing that the reason they are struggling so much in their relationship is that they are impacted by previously undiagnosed adult ADHD. Learning how to interact around ADHD symptoms is often the difference between joy together and chronic anger and frustration. So The Couple’s Guide to Thriving with ADHD lays out the most important strategies couples can use – right now – to rebuild trust, fight less, disagree more productively, get the attention they deserve, and rebuild intimacy in their relationship. These are strategies honed over years of working specifically with couples impacted by ADHD, and demonstrated to change lives for the better. ‘Thrive’ is the go-to book for couples struggling with ADHD who want to actively work to improve their relationship.

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3 Comments

  1. Book offers practical strategies/tips and hope I just finished the book. If you or your partner have ADD or ADHD, this is a “must read.” I’ve read other similar books – this one is the best. Why? Because it makes clear the fog ADD creates. Now I have a deeper understanding of our relationship dynamics and how to improve them. I realize these are not quick fixes to the challenges, but step-by-step we can make things better thanks to The Couple’s Guild to Thriving with ADHD. I’m very grateful for the insights and wisdom I have…

  2. A self-help book that really helps put things in perspective I am reviewing this book because I just started to read my friend’s copy, and it truly amazed me how helpful I found the advice of Melissa and Nancie. Although my husband and I are not technically diagnosed with ADHD, this isn’t the first guide that I have turned to. Both of us suffer, from time to time, with being distracted by the immediate, time management issues (often late and gets lost in projects), poor memory (forgets conversations, tasks, and partner priorities), and being impulsive…

  3. If you or partner had ADD this is a MUST I’m not exactly through the book yet but am beyond impressed. I bought this to help my husband and myself better understand his ADD. I’ve learned more from this book than any other. Amazing advice for the ADD effected relationship. Our relationship, while sometimes strained, had not deflated to the point it seems most have by the time a couple picks up this book. As someone who is no where in sight of a divorce or talk of one I’d hightly recomend picking this up before getting into the realm of…

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