Life can be a challenge if you’re a non-ADD adult living with an adult partner with ADD/ADHD. I recently coached a non-ADD adult regarding some of her specific issues living with her ADD adult partner. My client voiced concern that is easily the most common complaint I hear from non-ADD partners. “I feel like he needs me to tell him what do do all the time. I have to gilde him and direct him. I resent that I married my husband to have an equal partner but now I feel like I’ve got another child to take care of.”Continue Reading... No Comments.
Listen to the AUDIO MP3 version of the WCQS radio interview as CoachRudy discusses the topic “Adults with ADHD”. The LIVE radio interview occurred on Tuesday, Sept. 23, 2008 with WCQS Public Radio commentator, David Hurand. Click here: wcqs-intervew-with-coachrudy-adult-adhd1Continue Reading... No Comments.
Michael Phelps has suddenly become THE poster child for Attention Deficit Disorder – diagnosed at the age of nine and told by a teacher that he would never achieve in life. Of course, Michael proved his teacher wrong. Through pure dedication, persistence and a clear, unobstructed vision, Michael DID achieve his Olympic goal of winning […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
It all starts in childhood, with the relationship between parent and child. The average onset of AD/HD is age three, and this is also the time when parents begin seriously working on expectations and discipline. But due to the impulsivity, inattentiveness and over-activity of the child, behavior problems and conflicts often ensue, and the parent-child […]Continue Reading... No Comments.