Dating a man with add
How does this happen and why is this so predictable in couples whose spouses have untreated ADD?
In the beginning of the courtship between you and your ADD spouse, you may have been completely swept off your feet or ravished with, both, attention and affection, while being the primary focus of your partner's life.
For better or worse, it's harder than ever to focus on just one person when a continuous feed of guys — conveniently mapped out within your zip code!
Chances are, Shannon Truax is going on a date tonight. It might be Mike*, whom she took home last week after drinks at a chic hotel bar, or Amrit, with whom she sparked up a conversation at a work event last month — or another of the 11 (yes, 11) guys she's currently juggling in her romantic rotation via Facebook, Twitter, text, and e-mail.
"Eleven is the high end, three is the low end, and six is the sweet spot," says the lively blonde social-media director from Seattle.
The way I see it, I'm researching and homing in on what's important to me in a man.
It makes sense that you would swap out somebody for somebody else.