This workbook is different from other books about attention deficit disorder, because it was written from the perspective of a non-ADD partner. These pages don’t focus on taking care of your ADD spouse or making your relationship work. They are about taking care of yourself. Consequently, as you become healthier and happier, your partner may reap the benefits and your relationship could get better. The main message of this book is that sometimes it’s okay and even imperative to put yourself first. (Or at least second, if you have kids!) Living with and loving a partner with ADD can be tough at times, and you deserve special care and support. This book is for you.
Living With ADD When You’re Not the One Who Has It: A Workbook For Partners
August 10, 2015
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