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    An_267456 posted:
    Hi, I dont have ADHD but I think my partner has it, I knew something was wrong with the way he acted for a long time but you could say that I was abit blind and shugged it off. After one event that took place I had to find out what the cause was. After reading many articles on ADHD its safe to say that he has it, im 100% sure, he ticks about 95% of the boxes. He was two sided when I confronted him about it, but he aways knew there was something wrong with him but he didnt know what. Anyway, his aggressive behaviour has become worse these past few weeks and ive had enough. Ive suggested that he see a doctor to refer him to a shrink who specialises in ADHD/behaviour therapy and diagnosis, but he says he wont and will not seek help. What should I do??


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