An engaging workbook from a therapist who suffers from adult ADD helps readers change impulsive and frustrating behaviors and learn new skills to help them build lasting and satisfying intimate relationships. Millions of adult meet the diagnostic criteria for Attention Deficit Disorder. When they get involved in committed relationships, the kind of spontaneity that originally made them attractive to their partners often starts to feel frustrating and undependable as relationships progress and the ADD adult's irritability and poor communication skills start to put a strain on their partner's patience. ADD adults are often bewildered by their inability to manage their romantic relationships and devastated by a long history of failed attempts. Psychotherapist Michael Bell understands how they feel, both from his professional background treating clients with adult ADD and from his own life experience of learning how to cope with the disorder.