“I love her, and I want to help her, but I also feel betrayed by how partner-less I feel in times like this,” he vented.
He also knows that medication is likely off the table when it comes to helping his wife, so he has no idea what to do. He is genuinely worried that he will forever be stuck with a “smelly” partner who can never pitch in around the house.
So now, he has been left wondering how he can help his wife get back to a place where she can stay on top of both basic household and hygiene tasks.
Does it sound like his wife is struggling with her mental health right now? How can he support her during this time? Can he make his wife address her ADHD, or does she need to do that on her own?
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