Your husband's aggression could be due to frustration at not being able to concentrate and follow through on a thought process. Coupled with the inability to complete tasks, it may very well be ADD. However, it may be worthwhile to see a GP and a Clinical Psychologist to get to the bottom of his aggression especially if he is suffering from frequent headaches, which could be attributable to ADD due to trying very hard to remain focused. If it is ADD, a psychologist can provide coping strategies to get the aggression under control, as well to cope with the other symptoms of ADD. The first step will be to obtain a diagnosis.
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