In ADHD, there is always a missing piece - in diagnosis, presentation, family history, treatment, response and the way ADHD patients live. ADHD patients behave, think, act, and react differently; their behaviors are not always congruent with their age, due to a lack of physiological and possibly anatomical development of parts of their brains - mainly the frontal lobe, and specifically the prefrontal cortex. In a previous chapter, I mentioned the medical conditions that may coexist, be confused with or complicate ADHD. In this chapter I will summarize the non-medical consequences that may complicate ADHD patients' lives and lead to misery. ADHD and marriage are not the best of friends; they may live together but in a volatile environment. Couples may live quietly and silently, but everything may fall apart without warning or preparation.
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