One hemisphere at a time in solving problems until both are established and then we have the bridge, the corpus callosum. And with every emotion we feel like doing something – there is an impulse. We’ve got to be able to experience one emotion at a time, just like in the eyes, one set of signals at a time until the signals mix and then we have depth vision.Research shows that relationship problems are less likely if the person with ADHD has the condition under control.Several medications are available and their pros and cons are widely discussed on the many ADHD websites. There is only so much medication can do so it may be a good idea to speak to a psychologist experienced in attention deficit disorder.As parents, we must be patient – our children will grow out of impulsiveness if we support the conditions that are conducive for growth. We’ve got to be able to experience one emotion at a time, just like in the eyes, one set of signals at a time until the signals mix and then we have depth vision.They need to feel all of their feelings – it’s very important – but they only feel that one at a time. One hemisphere at a time in solving problems until both are established and then we have the bridge, the corpus callosum. And with every emotion we feel like doing something – there is an impulse.Counseling or cognitive behavioral therapy are useful for some sufferers.
Expressing negative feelings like resentment or anger is important, yet it’s often difficult when one or both partners have a hard time listening without interrupting.And when that happens, it’s the beginning of self-control. If their conditions are not conducive – I’ve dealt with it for years with delinquents – and they had prefrontal cortexes the size of a 4-year-old, and so they were impulsive by default.Impulsivity is always indicative of immaturity, always indicative of a lack of a pre-frontal cortex functioning. The bad news is we have to start at the beginning, it’s like a muscle, it grows as it’s exercised.His team found that married adults with ADHD had “poorer overall marital adjustment and more family dysfunction.” The researchers say, “The findings in this study underscore the need for assessments and treatments to address marital and family functioning of adults with ADHD.”The same team also looked at the impact on the children of these ADHD adults.They report, “Family and marital functions were impaired in ADHD families regardless of the gender of the affected parent.