This reply was originally posted by user ADHDmomma in ADDitude’s now-retired community.
The key is to create balance. You take on the tasks he isn’t good at, and he is responsible for his areas of strength (for example, I handle all the finances in our family—my husband doesn’t even have a debit card for our checking account. He runs kids back and forth to activities, because he doesn’t mind doing that).
Systems, processes, and routines for the family can help a great deal. As well as using technology for things like reminders, and scheduling.
Here’s more on when the parent has ADHD:
And on relationships with ADHD:
ADDconnect Moderator, Author on Parenting ADHD, Mom to teen boy with ADHD, LDs, and autism