Being married to someone with untreated ADD is often fraught with a predictable progressive pattern that goes from happy to confused to angry, and finally, to hopeless. The rest of the world may seem completely oblivious, as these challenges are camouflage to outsiders. Your spouse is such a "great guy" and may appear "together" to everyone else, on the outside but you're aware that that's just not true.The excitement of the "honeymoon phase" of the relationship keeps you interested, too.
You may even have found that the same issues arise again and again.
It is important to remember that even though your partner may no longer be hyperfocused on you and your relationship, that does not mean he does not still love you.
Since he probably isn't even aware that your relationship has changed, he might not understand why you are always so angry and demanding.
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.