12 Things To Remember If You Love A Person With ADHD
A person with ADHD(Attention-Deficit/Hyperactive Disorder) can be hard to live with. They are manageable, but that too, is a full-time challenge. As a person with ADHD has to work through his challenges, you as his lover, parent, sibling or friend also have to learn coping skills to improve the situation. Don’t do these 12 things if you want to have a happier life together.
3. Don’t Accept Excuses – Encourage And Inspire Them To Achieve Their Goals.
Everything is easy for you, may be difficult for them. It doesn’t mean that they can’t do something, it means that it’s harder for them. Try to be encouraging, in spite of your doubts and disappointments. Point out the times when they succeeded.
4. Don’t Be A Coach – Be A Cheerleader.
Coaches are in-your-face critics. Their job is to point out the negative. Cheerleaders stand on the side, rooting for success, believing in their team’s ability to achieve. Let your loved one with ADHD know that you are on the same team.