I am a 48-year-old who has recently been diagnosed and believe I fit past profiles that would suggest this condition has been prevalent since childhood. I am desperate for progress but highly reluctant to use meds--had very bad experience with strattera and my wife is adamant that drug therapy would be harmful to our barely alive relationship/marriage. What would you recommend are priority steps that should/could be taken first in order to show her that I am trying to make an impact that could save our partnership?
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