Adhd dating sites

Honestly, I get better every year: I now make my bed every morning and fold about 70 percent of my clothes.But while I’ve finally started to remove random papers from my nightstand, I just end up tucking them away in a drawer I never open, because that’s what happens with things I don’t regularly use. If I don’t plan when I’ll see you during the week, I kind of fall apart.I meet people and then I am in a relationship with them. This is a common problem amongst us ADHDers and the next 5 mistakes will help explain why.If there is one thing that characterized every relationship I have ever been it, it is this.

What actually happens: the hilarious thing that happened to my coworker is no longer hilarious because I just told you about three other coworker’s life stories and you have no idea who’s who anymore or how this story even started. grumpy if I’m trying to focus and you’re not letting me.For me, this became almost an integral part of my personality and how people saw me. I used to joke that if there was one unemployed, drug-addicted, criminally inclined asshat in a crowded room of wonderful, caring, loving men…is the only one that would interest me at all.There were several times in my 20’s and early 30’s that I just gave up for a few years, frustrated at my inability to see past the shiny exterior at the junker underneath.I’ve narrowed it down to hating packed dive bars and all sports, but other than that, I’m generally down to do anything. Especially when we’re both starving and I won’t pick a restaurant because “idk, they’re all good! I get annoyingly restless during Netflix and chill marathons (or any situation where I have to be in one place the whole time).

I will get up to get water, get up to get snacks, check my phone, get up to get a different snack because I didn’t like the first one, check my phone, switch into four different cuddling positions, and, of course, check my phone. I will occasionally tell a long story and you won’t get the point.

ADHDers fall fast and they fall hard which unfortunately means they don’t often fall for the actual person they are dating.