This podcast draws from a blog post at ADHD Roller Coaster. You can read the full post (and comments) here:
Why A Support Group for the Partners of Adults with ADHD?
A support group for the partners of adults with ADHD? That struck many people as a strange concept in 2003, when I advanced it in the essay below.
A decade later, the need still remains puzzling to some—angering to others. That includes some mental-health professionals—even those with high-level adult ADHD expertise. That must change.
Whatever happens to the adults with ADHD also affects loved ones—spouses, parents, siblings, and so forth. They need validation and education on elevating their lives, too.
By the way, ADHD Partner Group is still going strong, internationally. After 20 years, I've moved it to a modestly price group with a lot more features, including access to Zoom meetings with your peers.
I love helping readers, listeners, and students understand the complexity of ADHD.
Solving Your Adult ADHD Puzzle — online training for Adults with ADHD and loved ones, with the option of joining regular Zoom Q&A meetings with your peers. Come join us and speed your learning curve!
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