ADHD and Relationships Directory
Adult ADHD can affect romantic relationships just as much as a child's ADHD can affect a family's routine and interactions. Learn more about how ADHD can strain relationships and what you can do about it. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about ADHD and relationships.
Dating and Making Friends When You Have ADHD
If you have ADHD, it can be a challenge to date and to make friends. Know the pitfalls and ways to work through them.
Adult ADHD and Your Relationships
Adult attention deficit hyperactivity disorder could be straining your relationships -- and you may not even know it. WebMD tells you more.
ADHD: Social Skills Training-Topic Overview
Social skills training helps the child or adult who has attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) be less aggressive and impulsive,manage anger,and behave in a more socially acceptable way. Techniques include: Coaching. Role-playing. Watching videotapes of good behavior. Practicing ways to settle conflicts. Social skills training uses specific steps and goals,such as learning how ...
ADHD in Adults
Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is largely a childhood development problem, but adults can have it, too. Here are tips on how to recognize it.
Helping Girls With ADHD Make Friends
Making friends can be particularly difficult for girls with ADHD.
Organization Tips for Adults With ADHD
If you've got adult ADHD, it can be hard to get organized. Here's how to start.
How to Curb Impulsive Speech for Adults with ADHD
ADHD can make your mouth move faster than your brain. Use these tips to curb impulsive speech.
Reach Your Potential With Adult ADHD
Adult ADHD can have some surprising upsides for some people. With medication and therapy, you can nurture your talents and abilities..
Slideshows & Images
Slideshow: Get Organized: Tips For Living With Adult ADHD
If you have ADHD or you just need to get yourself and your family organized, use these tips to make your day flow smoothly.
Slideshow: ADHD in Adults
Most people think of children when they hear the term attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). But 30%-70% of kids with ADHD continue having symptoms when they grow up. Learn more about ADHD in adults.