And that can lead to major problems in relationships.
If people have been telling you for years that you’re forgetful, it might be time to find out if they’re right. ''I can’t believe you bought that -- you know we can’t afford it!
You can start by looking over free online resources from organizations like Children and Adults with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (CHADD) and the National Center on ADHD.
These sites can help you find local doctors, and support groups where you can meet people facing similar issues.
Adults with the disorder can have reckless spending habits and trouble saving money.
Have you tried dating someone who understands your disorder and accepts you for who you are? Have fun messaging, sharing photos and hooking up for a quickie.Chances are, Shannon Truax is going on a date tonight. It might be Mike*, whom she took home last week after drinks at a chic hotel bar, or Amrit, with whom she sparked up a conversation at a work event last month — or another of the 11 (yes, 11) guys she's currently juggling in her romantic rotation via Facebook, Twitter, text, and e-mail."Eleven is the high end, three is the low end, and six is the sweet spot," says the lively blonde social-media director from Seattle.But “usually, couples can make their lives better and recapture some of the joy and romance that might have gone out of the relationship,” says psychologist Arthur Robin, Ph D, professor of psychiatry at Wayne State University in Detroit.Find a mate that appreciates your motto of short, sweet and to the point.'' Fights over finances tend to be another problem.A common ADHD symptom is doing things on impulse, and that includes buying things.This might include building skills that help you manage your time well and get organized.As for how much improvement you can expect in your relationships, experts say each situation is unique.When you have Attention Deficit Disorder, you easily lose focus and you find it hard to sit still in one place for too long.You like quick conversations and jumping from topic to topic or task to task.