Interpersonal relationships with people with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is the first noticeable obstacle. Patients suffering from this disorder find it hard to interact with other members of the community. It’s hard for them to build long-lasting relationships. The stress of everyday life and understanding of personal incompetence often make the situation even worse. Ordinary activities such as paying taxes on time and problems with family may unrein havoc with ADHD.
ADHD patients have stable problems with concentration. It is difficult for such people to focus on details; thus, they have problems with education and work. Such disorder leads to the problems in relationships as ADHD patients often forget to accomplish their family and other social responsibilities. At the same time, ADHD people often do not understand why they upset their spouses and other family members.