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Subject: Re: Depression and Dyslexia


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Allison
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Date Posted: 15:47:45 10/09/10 Sat
In reply to: Valerie 's message, "Re: Depression and Dyslexia" on 22:30:10 03/03/10 Wed

I agree that Depression and Dyslexia are related with each other, but not way doctors and psycology believe it is. From my experiences with own dyselxia, I believe that we suffered from high level of low self-esteem, which is brought on by people within society, who express that our difficult does not exist or is real. This make me really angry, as I have suffered this disability all my educational life.

I was diagnosed when I was 10 years old, younger to be helped you would think, but because Australia is backwards in education of Dyslexia this was not true. I struggle through school, and today I still struggle with my life, especially when people cristise my dyslexia or anyone else who has dyslexia.

I supposed this why I have a passion to work with children who have a disability, especially those who have disability cannot seen by the physcial eye.

Throughout my life, espescially when I was at school, I had many sucicde thoughts. I am glad I never carried them out. But I still have them today, especially when people can't accept who I am. If anyone has read JK Rowling books (Harry Potter) they will understand what I mean when I say I feel Remus sometimes, especially when people express in their actions that they afraid to employ us, because it will ruin their repuatution.

Some of the saying that helped me to feel better are: A picture say thousands words and actions speak loud than words. I think these saying describe ability and success in life.

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Kye (Happy)
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Date Posted: 14:11:00 08/14/13 Wed

Allison, i completely agree with you and many others on this site. I believe depression is connected with dyslexia. We try so hard with everything we do and we often get negative results. Thats enough to get anyone down in my eyes. Our peers work hard and get good results and we get negative. One gets rewarded or moves forward for working hard and our results sometimes stay the same. I know that i am smart person and am good at things but i feel so stuck sometimes. Fear takes over and i'm scared to try something new all because someone might say i'm dumb. I'm actor so i still daily get up and make a fool of myself. You would think i would of learned by now. haha

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