What to know about the often-misunderstood disorder
Neil Swanson says his wife of 52 years was always trying to understand why a guy like him, who seemed so smart, had so much trouble keeping track of time and staying organized.
Swanson, 79, says that when the couple, from Warrenton, Virginia, were raising their twins, his wife “wasn’t sure she felt safe leaving them with me. She thought I would forget they were there. I would get distracted or hyper-focus on something.”