When one partner has ADHD, there are certain relational dynamics that are more likely to develop. These dynamics make it hard to maintain balance in the relationship and an imbalanced relationship is neither functional or satisfying. Worse, the dynamics often bring out the worst in couples, with partners often feeling bad about who they've become in their relationship. But here's the good news. Once ADHD is better understood and managed, things begin to shift for the better. ADHD couples counseling focuses on rebalancing the relationship, which involves learning as a couple how best to manage ADHD symptoms, and also exploring how each partner contributes to the dynamic that has developed so that better options can begin to develop and replace the old ones.