Understanding ADHD: 4 Ways to Support A Loved One

Millions of adults struggle with ADHD. Here's how to be a supportive friend, partner and family member.

Supporting a loved one with ADHD can seem difficult, and it’s easy to confuse symptoms of ADHD with laziness or lack of motivation. Patience and understanding are required to maintain peace and happiness in relationships where one person or both have ADHD.


Lessons Learned: The Stages of Alzheimer’s

When beloved restaurateur, magazine publisher, and celebrity chef B. Smith at age sixty-two became forgetful, preoccupied, and temperamental, her husband, Dan Gasby, worried that their loving marriage was on the rocks. Then came the morning he could no longer deny what was happening to B.—the day they both had to admit that something was terribly wrong and that they needed medical help. The diagnosis of early onset Alzheimer’s disease signaled the end of one life and the start of another for both B. and Dan.
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