Maybe you are more of the logistic and structured planning type, and while I envy your left-brain driven capabilities, it is awfully frustrating and challenging to engage in a relationship with someone who has been bouncing through life in the completely opposite manner. It may be hard to be fit under their constantly fluctuating schedule of being completely open to one that is meticulously and carefully tuned, but what’s sexier than someone who can kill it on a project, but can also do four million things at once? Yes, she will most likely be late when you plan to meet for dinner, but it isn’t that she doesn’t care or doesn’t know how to follow through… Time-management is something the ADD has been just fine not mastering. You are not with someone who is capable of, nor wanting to, have long mushy sensitive talks.
You want to get one thing done at a time, its your best intention, its just that everything is so interesting, and you simply can’t get to "getting it done." No, I’m not talking about the people who “totally need meds to finish this paper by tomorrow morning.” I’m talking about the people, who, like me, have found a hard time focusing through much more than cram studying.
Just like anyone who can function without 30 mg of Adderall, the ADD are still people with a moral compass.
While people with ADD could be bouncing around to all five of New York’s boroughs, they are also people who love deeply. Just like any other woman: a girl with ADD may get mad for a reason you do not entirely understand.
This can be frustrating for someone who wants to spend a very large chunk of their time with his or her significant other, but a healthy relationship really should be two whole individuals coming together, and not two halves making each other a whole.
They aren’t fancying/able to check in with you 24/7.
This unkempt and unceremonious site is the presumed location of a pre-colonial African burial ground where free and enslaved families buried their dead when Dutch settlers farmed upper Manhattan, dating back to the seventeenth century. Thanks: Steve Cossman, Antonio De Ville, Elizabeth Gwinn, Sean Hanley, Amanda Long, MONO NO AWARE, PAC LAB & Studio Museum in Harlem. De Ville often works with objects and materials sourced from the area surrounding the exhibition site.NESP invites you to support a great cause while enjoying a great Stand Up-Comedy Show aboard the Half Moon : an 80 foot, 2 deck boat with lots of shelter and heat so you won't need to worry about the cold! ( Boat leaves Manhattan's Sky Port at 23rd Street and the FDR at pm.Once on board, you will enjoy lunch and refreshments while networking!However, the upset doesn’t last, because for someone who doesn’t hold onto much for long, anger is happily let go quickly.People with ADD are one of the most understanding people out there.