Valentine’s Day is a time for cards, candy, flowers, balloons, and maybe even a special night out to celebrate the love between couples, new and old. It’s a time to express the personal love that flows between you and your special person. The secret to a happy relationship lies in your ability to communicate clearly, acknowledge when you are wrong and not hold a grudge. Relationships, including marriage, are built on trust, fidelity, honesty, consistency and reliability. And, a touch of adventure will keep the romance alive!
The key to relationship happiness comes from how you feel when your partner demonstrates a genuine concern for you by his or her thoughtfulness in speech and action. Is your partner understanding and flexible when there are conflicting demands on your time? Do you feel cherished? Couple relationships need to be nurtured continuously.
Paying attention to the above will lead to a satisfying and healthy relationship. For some people this can be hard to do and if you have ADHD it can be even more challenging. If that’s true for you, let me assist you in creating a healthy relationship where both of you can feel cherished.
Have you ever jokingly blamed your forgetfulness or disorganization on ADHD? Or, seriously wondered why, no matter how hard you try, you can never stay organized?
Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder is a genetic neurobiological condition usually diagnosed in childhood continuing into adulthood, much like diabetes or heart problems. It can also result from a head trauma. There are three core symptoms of ADHD: inattention, impulsivity and hyperactivity.
For many it is undiagnosed until circumstances in our life do not keep our “habits” under control.
* not following through on promises or expectations
* being distracted to the point of not listening
* being too active - being too withdrawn
Usually, these are greeted with accusations of “being lazy”, “not reliable”, “uncaring”.
You know you’re not any of those things. But, those labels feed negative self-esteem diminishing self-confidence and lead to an attitude of “why bother”.
If this sounds familiar to you, it’s important to check out whether ADHD is a part of your life. If you’re not able to make effective changes to accomplish that job promotion or maintain a caring relationship, consider the possibility that ADHD may be part of the reason.
Vision to Action, Professional & Personal Coaching, offers Coaching for Adults with ADHD. If the above behaviors are significantly effecting your everyday life, it’s time to create new behaviors to deal with the above and other “habits” associated with ADHD. It is easier to tackle these nagging behaviors together, re-balancing and re-energizing your approach to living your best life making ADHD work for you.
People with ADHD have untapped abilities that coaching can bring into awareness.
Contact me for a free half hour consultation (978) 645-1982.