SrH

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  • in reply to: Am I being an A$$? #47715
    SrH
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    Having to deal with your ADD husband is hard enough I know, but to add children ontop of it must be very very difficult. I know the anger and frustration you have. I can’t tell you what to do as I don’t even have a grip on my marriage and this disorder.
    I am here for you if you need to vent. It is really comforting to know that i may have no friends to talk to, but I can come to this forum and write my frustrations out to some people who do get it.

    in reply to: Am I being an A$$? #47714
    SrH
    Participant

    Thank you all for your input.
    Its been a rough week for us and his disorder. I lost it really bad today and left cause I’m just very tired of the “groundhog day” effect this disorder has on us. Same fight, same issues for the last 15 years. It can sometimes just be too much after trying to help him all the time.
    Anyways, it’s a daily struggle still, but I am hoping new meds and a new counsellor will help us deal with this disorder more successfully.

    in reply to: Exhausted but not done trying #47712
    SrH
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    I understand exactly what you are going through as my husband is the ADD’er. We literally just got into it again today and i am just so fed up. I’m tired of the parent child marriage we have. I hate that roll. I want a equal partnership and it just isn’t going to happen. He has his cell phone that has all his reminders, but I have to constantly be on him to do it all.
    I understand your anger and frustration. We as the non Add’er need to practice less anger and more compassionate and sympathy. It is extremely hard. As some days are going to be good and some bad. We need to o remind ourselves why we stay, why we love them and how we can help instead of hurt.

    • This reply was modified 4 years, 5 months ago by SrH.
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