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Communicating With Forgetful ADD/ADHD Adult Partners
"Our phone service was shut off because my partner forgot to take his ADD/ADHD medication and didn’t pay the bill. I started to lash out at him. How can I keep this from happening?"
1. Acknowledge that you don’t feel angry most of the time -- and put his recent misstep into perspective by recalling all the good things he has done.
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