My husband is not diagnosed as ADHD, but during happier times, he has shared about his inability to focus, his disorganization, his inablity to maintain long term commitments (work, relationship, etc.). I can deal with lots of the traits of ADHD, but the anger and verbal abuse, and the ignoring are weaing me out. Oct 08, 2018 · Note: Issues of verbal control can exist in any relationship, heterosexual, gay or lesbian, male towards a female partner or the other way around. Since more is known about verbal abuse in Author: Marie Hartwell-Walker, Ed.D.
May 06, 2011 · More than half of people with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) also have trouble regulating their emotions, and that difficulty may be passed through families, a new study shows.Author: Brenda Goodman, MA. Verbal abuse is a form of emotional abuse and, unlike physical abuse, it is not easily seen or detected. Verbal abuse ranges from yelling obscenities to quiet put-downs. Parents use it to control their children, feel superior and mask their own inadequacies and failures. .
Sure, ADHD can co-exist with anger issues, and my take is that some folks with ADHD have a tough time filtering what they say in the moment, and may be prone to this type of behavior. But, yes: what you are describing is verbal abuse, and certainly not everyone with ADHD does this. One question I will ask you is this: Does he do this with everyone? The Sydney Morning Herald has an article on the problems of Adult ADD I get wives on the phone saying, ‘If he doesn’t get help soon, I’m leaving,”‘ says Joy Toll of ADDults with ADHD (NSW),a voluntary organisation. Toll works on the organisation’s helpline. Unfortunately some men who have ADD but are not officially diagnosed Men with Adult ADHD.Author: Pete Quily.