I live with ADD every day.
I do not have ADD.
My husband also lives with ADD every day — his ADD.
What prompted me to finally start writing about this topic and about my marriage was a recent article that came across my Facebook feed, 20 Things to Remember if You Love a Person With ADD.
I particularly related with the statement, "True love is unconditional, but ADD presents situations that test your limits of love."
Our love has been tested in the last three years more than I care to admit. I'm not sure how much I will share on my blog, but I do know that writing is helpful and therapeutic for me. I do know that I want my husband to be comfortable with what I write and share in this space.
Sarah Markley is a blogger that I was introduced to years ago via another blog and she lives with a spouse with ADD also. Her post What to do: Living with an ADD Spouse is bookmarked. When I struggle with love and marriage is messy and frustrating and sad, I always find my way back to her blog.
So, here I am. Trying to
make sense of it all get through our days with a little grace and a lot of love. We struggle. We love. We battle. We endure.
Love bears all things, believes all things, hopes all things, endures all things. - 1 Corinthians 13:7