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Why ADHD Can be a Cause of Relationship Problems

ADHD is one of the most undiagnozed problems around.

That means that a huge number of adults are walking around thinking that they’re simply very unorganized and unfocused, when the truth is, they have a condition which can be managed. The sad thing is that many of those people will never reach out for help and will therefore continue to struggle.

One area which is often hit by problems when someone has uncontrolled ADHD is relationships.

Avoiding The Darkest of Roads

The word ‘depression’ has become so common an ingrained in society that it almost seems normal to say it. The problem is, by trivializing this severe and upsetting condition, it does a total disservice to anyone who is struggling on a day to day basis, trying to steer clear of the darkness and battle back towards the light.

Depression is nothing to joke about, and nothing to normalize or trivialize. We need to be more open and honest about our mental health and kick out the stigma which has some how remained attached to a condition which is startlingly common.

The problem is, by allowing the stigma to remain, by making people feel that they can’t speak about the way they’re feeling, we’re publicizing suffering.

ADHD Is Not Just Childhood Disorder

ADHD is not just a childhood disorder; frequently this disorder goes without diagnoses until adulthood and can have significant impact throughout one’s life, especially with respect to employment. On average, an adult with ADHD earns over $4000 less a year than their non ADHD peers. They can also struggle with co-worker relationships, holding a job

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