Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) lies on the neurodivergence spectrum and often goes undiagnosed. People with ADHD may have trouble paying attention, controlling impulsive behaviours, or be overly active. In relationships, ADHD can cause misunderstandings, frustrations and resentment. Here's a look at what navigating relationships with ADHD feels like.
Having trouble paying attention to details.
Picking fights for a dopamine boost.
Lovebombing and withdrawing.
Obsessively crushing on one person.
Enduring negative feedback for ADHD symptoms.
Struggling to manage strong emotions.
Getting annoyed on being interrupted.
Ashamed in sharing or showing struggle.
Falling into the parent-child dynamic.