Naturally, he will not listen to any family member. On his day off, he can sleep all day for all you care. Specifically, if the adult child is working and being responsible, then your agreement with him should be very flexible.To say I am stressed and frustrated is an understatement.My daughter realizes she needs to do something to become independent as last year I was diagnosed with DCIS and that gave her a bit of a scare and the fragility of life became very clear.He is aware of her multiple issues (ADD, ASD, learning disability and adjustment disorder) and admits there aren’t many jobs she could do but is constantly ragging on me over this.I work full time and leave at 6am for work but somehow I am expected to manage this from there and still get my work done. The agreement you develop with the adult child should allow for adult privileges.
Therefore, we are offering this web page for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder peer support.We are both completely comfortable with his bed-wetting and diapers and it’s actually fun getting him ready for bed.I took over getting him diapered and its really made us closer.I am trying to cope with an “adult” ADD daughter with little in the line of help or resources other than my own experience and that of my sister. She is 21, out of school, did a year of college, decided she needed a break and never went back.She has few marketable skills and is basically lying in bed most of the day and then playing online.