4 Relationship Skills for People With ADHD

Relationships can be challenging on their own. This eMedTV slideshow explains that when one of the partners has ADHD, there's an added layer of complexity. But we present four skills that can help both parties maintain a strong, healthy relationship.

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4 Relationship Skills for People With ADHD
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Be Honest

While it may feel like you are making excuses -- to both yourself and others -- by saying that you have ADHD, it's important to let friends and coworkers know you have this condition. By being aware of your diagnosis, people are apt to be more understanding about any social mistakes you make. You are still responsible for your behavior, but your true friends love and respect you, and will stick by you.

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