Electron spin-spin interaction is discussed for the case of strong hyperfine broadening. The hyperfine interaction is represented by a resonance spectrum of width ∆ω and the electron interactions, which are taken to be dipolar, are treated by time-dependent perturbation theory. A characteristic relaxation time for electron spins, τs=∆ω∆2, is found, where ∆ is a measure of the strength of the dipolar interaction. The time-dependent theory suggests a modification of the Bloch equations to give a phenomenological description of systems of this kind. Spin-spin relaxation is represented by a term which gives diffusion of spin excitation through the resonance spectrum. Slow passage, rapid passage, and free relaxation are considered by using the modified equations.