A.D.D. & Romance: Finding Fulfillment in Love, Sex, & Relationships

A.D.D. & Romance: Finding Fulfillment in Love, Sex, & Relationships

by Jonathan Scott Halverstadt M.S.
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A. D. D. and Romance: Finding Fulfillment in Love, Sex, and Relationships 3.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Guest More than 1 year ago
Very enlightening. An easy read for couples to understand the person with ADD
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Kirstin91 More than 1 year ago
This book had alot of good pointers on how one should consider their partner, A.D.D. or not. It gave me good insight into how my boyfriend's A.D.D. mind thinks and acts differently than my own.It stresses how both sides need to work on the relationship. However, one important aspect i didn't like is the biasedness of the writer on medication. I mean of course the writer IS a doctor specializing in medicaation. It bugged me how some of the advice given was to take medication and THEN work on the problems. It was as if to be happy an A.D.D. individual had to take medication. My boyfriend has extreme A.D.H.D and is not on medication and is still a thriving individual. Yes he thinks differently than everyone else but sometimes thats a good thing. On medication he feels sick with headaches and feels trapped. My sister, depressed and suicidual. This book not once mentioned the downsides of medication. Other than that this book had some really good insights that i will use to help strengthen my relationship.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book is for those who think they might be A.D.H.D. or their partners might be. The book hardly mentions the struggles that those with A.D.H.D. who are already medicated go through. It also focuses a lot on those who suffer from hyperactivity and impulsiveness. It doesn't focus enough on explaining to the non A.D.H.D. partner what the A.D.H.D. partner goes through on a daily basis. There are too many stories that are repetitive and useless. To sum it up, this book was: repetitive vague Not to mention the information is now extremely outdated.
Guest More than 1 year ago
The book gave me insights to understanding how A.D.D. affects relationships in family, friendships,and romance. It use examples, and stories to convey the authors point about each aspect to the reader. I discovered a new understanding of dealing with A.D.D. to help improve any type of relationship on a daily basis. It is a book that I keep handy, and review often.