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Is Foregiveness Even In Option In Your ADHD Relationship? | Adult ADHD Los Angeles|ADHD Treatment For Adults| Help With Adult ADHD|ADHD Relationship Coaching
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Is Foregiveness Even In Option In Your ADHD Relationship?

Robert Wilford, Ph.D. and Sarah Ferman, Psy.D., L.M.F.T.


 

•Hi are  here today talking about the power of  Letting go of Past Hurts and Embracing Forgiveness  as a tool to revitalize your relationship.
•Do you feel like you just can’t move past something your partner has done or something they continue to do?
•Does it seem like the pain and suffering you experience as a result of your partner’s shortcomings overtake your ability to be happy most of the time?
•Do you blame your partners continued actions or inaction  for your feelings of stress, frustration, and feeling overburdened.
•Do you feel like you are trapped in a hopeless relationship with your partner where disappointment and being let down seems like the only thing you can count on?
We are going to discuss some strategies to Let Go of Past Hurts and to Embrace Forgiveness in  your ADHD relationship
•Understanding that Letting Go of Past Hurt and Embracing Forgiveness has little to do with the other person.

What Exactly is Forgiveness?

•Ending the Destructive Cycle of Resentment
•Using Forgiveness to Free Yourself & Take Back Emotional Control of the Situation
•Understanding that Letting Go of Past Hurt and Embracing Forgiveness has little to do with the other person.
•Ending the Destructive Cycle of Resentment
•Using Forgiveness to Free Yourself & Take Back Emotional Control of the Situation

 

Click below to listen to the recording

Is Foregiveness Even An Option – Session

The questions that were asked before and during the teleconference:

 

As the ADHD half of a couple, what’s a safe way to find out what my spouse is holding against me?

It’s one thing to forgive past hurts, but can you comment on forgiving something that’s ongoing?

What do I do if my spouse and I have had a lot of emotional and financial issues, many of which are still going on, and so we are both really on the defensive, and I as the lessor ADHD (we both have ADHD) partner need to bring up a topic, and after just a few words out of my mouth, that seem carefully chosen by me, my partner immediatelly reacts and won’t even let me finish my sentence?

My husband & I have been married for 17 years. I was diagnosed with adhd about 10 years into it. We still struggle with emotional over-reaction, when conflicts arise. I hope forgiveness will help. If I drift off when my husband is talking to me, he gets so mad and accuses me ignoring him, even when I don’t mean too. Any ideas? I can’t stay focused no matter how hard I try.

 

 

 

Click below to listen to the recording of the Q & A part of the session:

Is Forgiveness even an option – Q & A

Here is what our listeners say about our Live ADHD Relationship Rescue Sessions:

Oh My GOSH…….. THANK YOU ……SARAH And Dr WILFORD….. That webinar was SPECTACULAR!! You are such a blessing!!

Regards, Shane and Melody

 

What a great seminar! Thank yoU! Was this recorded, I would love to play this back for my wife who wasn’t able to attend unfortunately

– Issac

 

Loved this seminar. The technology works well. Btw when you were talking about “trying” to do something… there’s an appropriate quote for your ADD Star Wars fans: “Do or do not. There is no try.” ~ Yoda :)

Lisa – Hemet

 

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