Are you married to someone with ADHD? Are you the partner with ADHD?

Jennifer Elkins guides us through the experience of marriage and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)

ADHD and Marriage

Marriage may come with expected challenges but for partners where one member has ADHD those challenges present their own unique set of approaches.

 

Learn about how ADHD may show-up in your marriage and what strategies may work to overcome any of the associated challenges.



From the book...

"When I was in my early thirties, my husband and I were at a crossroads. We had been together for about ten years but found ourselves starting to argue constantly. Suddenly, we weren’t connecting; we were drifting apart. Even though I didn’t yet know that the culprit was ADHD, I knew something was happening to our relationship that was potentially irreparable."

 

She learned that problems with communication, which were present in her marriage, are common in couples where one partner has ADHD and the other does not. She and her husband found and read Melissa Orlov’s book The ADHD Effect on Marriage, in which she wrote about the Parent-Child dynamic. They were stunned to learn that they had taken on those roles: her husband assuming the parent role, while she gave in to the rebelliousness she thought she had shed as a teenager.

 

They fought furiously to save their marriage, and it was worth the fight. 


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Download your copy and start reading right away. In this book, Jennifer Elkins shares her research, her clinical expertise, and her personal experiences as someone with ADHD to help others who are struggling with ADHD thrive in their marriages.

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When you purchase the premium bundle you will also receive access to the audio book version. Download the file and listen on the go, some couples may choose to listen to the book together.

ADHD and Marriage
Productive Conversations

A printable guide to having productive and meaningful conversations with your partner.

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About Jennifer Elkins

Jennifer Elkins

Jennifer Elkins, MA, LPC, is a licensed therapist in both Texas and Florida (LMHC). She specializes in helping couples and individuals with ADHD. She also enjoys working with creative clients, such as musicians and artists, and often incorporates the arts into her therapeutic work. 

 

She has advanced training in The Gottman Couples Method and in Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy.

 

She runs a private practice in Austin, volunteers at a no-kill shelter as a dog-walker, and occasionally hits the stage with her guitar.

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