Strategies for Minimizing ADHD’s Impact on Relationships

Strategies for Minimizing ADHD’s Impact on Relationships

How do you work through issues that arise when you and/or your significant other have ADHD? Sue Hallowell (a couple’s therapist and Ned’s wife of 31 years) sat down with Ned in the kitchen of their Massachusetts home to talk about the realities of being married to someone with ADHD. Sue’s insights shed light on how to navigate the frustrations of being the “non-ADHD” half of the couple, and what predicts whether a relationship will succeed. You’ll hear the love as Ned and Sue talk shame, blame, excuses and more in this heartwarming episode.

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  • Kathleen Bernard Posted August 27, 2019 8:48 pm

    Sue, great podcast! Your expertise, perspective & insights helped me reframe my interactions in my home. Your realness, humor and experience give so much credibility. Thank you!

  • Yilma Gebre Sekago Posted September 20, 2019 9:59 am

    I am from Ethiopia. ADHD here is not much recognized and couldn’t find any support. i am a father of a child with ADHD, so it is very helpful for me to understand my son and partner.
    Thank for facilitating the accesses freely.

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