I'm thinking about asking him if he likes me but I'm scared to do anything involving our relationship.
I feel I'm not ready to I'm kinda naive but I'm scared of anyone taking him from me...
I need advise guys...should I date him or if I should,how do I tell him I want to date him???
Their partner can feel burdened, ignored, disrespected, unheard, and misunderstood.
This is why it's so important for the couple to have a shared understanding of the disorder and the problems and patterns it can create in a relationship."ADHD isn't an excuse, it's an explanation," J.
The next day four days later I find out he was still engaged. I still like him and am not mad he lied because I knew about her, though he didn’t tell me. This test helped my make up my mind and go on a few dates with him and get to know him better before making our relationship official. I'm afraid of trusting someone and don't know what to do. So, I liked this guy at my school and I've liked him for a week now, I told his friend and his friend has kind of been getting him to try a relationship with me just once, so the day he found out I liked him he told me he only liked me as a friend but then we started hanging out more this week and spending More time together as friends and today he asked me if I felt awkward if we held hands and I said no, although we doesn't hold hands today but then later when he told me that, right before the bell rang for 6th period, he told me he was beginning to like me, I needs to know if he is the right one for me by another person's P. Hello guys Okay,here's my story So I have liked this guy for like a year now ..used to always talk,like we couldn't stay a day without texting or seeing each other.told me he likes me and i told him i like him too,but i wasnt ready for a relationship.i was 16 back then and i'd be 17 this year.
She dumped him right after his 25th birthday ( I’m almost 18 for clarity). After our confession of feelings, we started talking less.
"If you have ADHD, you need to find the right treatment (whether that's medication or another therapy), be willing to stick with it, and find accommodations so your environment is more conducive to your productivity," Barkley says. It's about managing the disorder effectively both inside and outside of the relationship for life.
If you're the partner of someone with ADHD, it's crucial that you also support their treatment program and educate yourself about the disorder.
The disorder is classified in medical literature as attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), but many people still refer to it as ADD (especially those with inattentive-type).