Melissa C Orlov is one of the leading experts on how ADHD affects marriages. She writes a regular column on this topic for ADDitude Magazine, gives lectures, and writes online at www.ADHDMarriage.com. She lives in Wayland, Massachusetts.
"On-target, practical, and helpful. [The] straightforward, empathetic prose strikes just the right balance between explaining why things happen and what couples should do in response." --Dr. Edward M. Hallowell, founder, Hallowell Center for Cognitive and Emotional Health "This book is long overdue and much needed!" --Nancy Ratey, EdM, MCC, SCAC, author, The Disorganized Mind "Refreshingly to-the-point, do-able, and compassionate." --Rebecca Shafir, MACCC, author, The Zen of Listening "A beacon of light and hope, offering strategies that help couples feel happier and more satisfied." --Ari Tuckman, PsyD, MBA, author , More Attention, Less Deficit "An incredibly valuable service to those struggling in a marriage with ADHD." --Kevin Murphy, PhD, coauthor, ADHD in Adults: What the Science Says "Ms. Orlov's book provides what many leave out--empathy for both partners." --Sari Solden, MS, LMFT, author, Journeys Through ADDulthood "Readers will find a wealth of information and support as well as practical tips, exercises, and stories." --Kate Kelly and Peggy Ramundo, coauthors , You Mean I'm Not Lazy, Stupid or Crazy?! "If you are in a marriage affected by ADHD, this book is a must read for both spouses." --Jonathan Scott Halverstadt, LMFT, author , ADD & Romance