Thriving in Relationships with ADHD: A Scientific Guide [Workshop]

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Date:

April 14

Time:

05:00 pm - 07:00 pm

Event Category:

Online Events

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Seed Talks

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Online Event

Discover a path to stronger relationships. Gain insights, tools and resilience in our 2 hour workshop. Followed by Q&A.

Are you facing relationship challenges and seeking to understand the role ADHD can play? You’re not alone. Many adults with ADHD find that relationship problems are among their most pressing concerns when seeking a diagnosis. From poor organisation to difficulties with listening, decision-making, impulse control, and intimacy, ADHD can impact various aspects of a partnership. These issues can make relationships more difficult. But there’s hope! Our engaging talk is here to guide you.

We’ll delve into the key issues reported in relationships where at least one partner has ADHD, offering valuable insights and strategies. You will gain a deeper understanding of ADHD’s impact, empower yourselves with effective communication tools, and nurture a sense of connection and understanding. Don’t let ADHD hinder your potential happiness, join us and unlock the secrets to thriving in relationships with ADHD.

  • This talk is suitable for singles, couples & those interested in learning more about ADHD in relationships.
  • Includes a 30 minute Q&A.

Webinar opens at 5pm, talk starts at 5.05pm

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Dr James Brown is a biomedical scientist and science communicator. James was diagnosed with ADHD in 2021, and subsequently co-founded the registered UK charity ADHDadultUK, the evidence-based online ADHD magazine focusmag.uk and The ADHD Adults podcast. James also coaches adults with ADHD and provides institutional training on ADHD and neurodivergent conditions. Alongside this, James works as Communications Director for Psychiatry-UK, the country’s leading adult ADHD service.

Testimonials from our guests

Brilliant well paced talks for us ND folks. – Christine K.

It felt like a really great session with well rounded knowledge and it felt like a safe space with a safe speaker who genuinely cared and understood the shared experience. – Anon.

A big thank you to James […] You explain things so well and I LOVE that it’s coming from someone who has first hand experience with ADHD and is still learning about themselves every day too, and so open about their own struggles, it really helps. I have learned a lot from this talk and I really think it could help us both in our relationship. Big thanks for a great talk, I’ll be looking forward to more. – Anon.

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