The Beating Dyslexia Blog
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I'm 60 now and just read all the challenges dyslexics face. Reading hearing words, memory, and realise I always believed that I had overcome it. I was
Since I was very young, I was different from everyone else in my family. I could not speak properly like the other kids of my age. I would get pronouns
One cold February morning during my first year of university I came back to my resident room with what I thought was a disappointing mark on a history
One thing I remember about early school was going to remedial lessons - being taken out of normal lessons when Maths and English were happening and going
My husband was diagnosed (but not really) as a child. I'm not sure that he ever really had a formal evaluation, but when we met...I kinda figured it out.
I find out about dyslexia for 20 years I did a test in Sweden , for me it was a big reveal to know whats wrong with me. I had and I still have a lot of
Dyslexia-cixelsyd My Unique Prospective. I don’t know whether I will every beat dyslexia because I am now 51 and I am still struggling with it at times,
Dyslexics are the lucky ones! Dyslexics will think of concepts differently, probably see the entire machinery of the problem, think and see in images