Positive connections with others are so important in our lives.

Repeated failures in friendships, dating, and intimate relationships can cause a person to withdraw and become isolated as a way to protect themselves from further hurt.

If you see this is a pattern in your life, make a decision to take a chance again.

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Step out of your comfort zone, examine your old patterns, develop new habits and actively work to improve the areas that have caused you trouble.

Sometimes the easiest part of a relationship is the beginning, when your ADHD qualities are often an asset.

You may be high-energy, creative, open, honest, engaging, and talkative, and others may be drawn to your charisma, enthusiasm, sensitivity ,and likability.

The excitement of the "honeymoon phase" of the relationship keeps you interested, too.

As the relationship continues, however, difficulties related to your ADHD may soon become more evident and problematic.

The intensity and high pace of the relationship may begin to feel a bit suffocating to your partner.

Your tendency to react impulsively or in an inattentive, distracted manner may begin to take its toll.

Over time, you may have discovered a pattern of increasing frustration on both sides of the relationship.

You may even have found that the same issues arise again and again.