What its like being married to someone with ADHD?
At times, you might feel like your spouse is someone you need to corral, organize, and direct like a child rather than a partner. In these situations, non-ADHD spouses can feel isolated, distant, overwhelmed, resentful, angry, critical, and accusatory, while partners with ADHD feel nagged at, rejected, and stressed.
Is it hard to be married to someone with ADHD?
A: ADHD symptoms add consistent and predictable patterns to marriages in which one or both partners have ADHD. As long as the ADHD remains untreated or undertreated, these patterns can leave both partners unhappy, lonely, and feeling overwhelmed by their relationship.