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Subject: Re: Depression and Dyslexia

Russell Van Brocklen
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Date Posted: 07:27:34 08/09/11 Tue
In reply to: Joan 's message, "Depression and Dyslexia" on 19:34:47 03/03/10 Wed

From a medical doctor's prospective dyslexia and depression are not related. However, it is the effect of the others telling the dyslexic student that they are stupid, repeatedly, that can cause depression.

I went through this growing up; I was the "stupid dyslexic". It is hard, but it must be done, to tell the dyslexic student to concentrate on what they are good at. Given the structural changes in the both the United States, and world economy, this is sound advice.

Going forward each of us will need to show the unique strengths that we each have, and how this can help the company we work for. This is where a dyslexic, focusing on the students strengths, has a significant advantage of their general education peers.

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Russell Van Brocklen

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Date Posted: 14:37:45 08/22/11 Mon

I think yeas of being pegged as stupid or lazy or whatever the flavor of the week is, then going through life knowing you are smarter than the intelligent ones can cause one to be depressed. Can it actually cause clinical depression where its primarily a chemical imbalance?... I'm not sure but if on the edge od depression the stress if dyslexia can push one over for sure. Some people say dyslexia is a “gift”...I say BS. Maybe if you have it mildly but full blown it’s a nightmare. I have spoken to people who say oh I have dyslexia then they tell you what their symptoms are and well...maybe slightly and that’s ok, but when you have it bad its simply a crutch

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Date Posted: 02:42:06 04/11/12 Wed

no it is a gift im a 4th generation deslexic as fare as my famly knows mabby it gose further IT IS A GIFT AND YOU SHOULD IMBRACE IT i struggle alot but iv been able to right grate stoys help out others older than me with their problems make wonderful music draw awsome art sher im geting 60 and under in school but FUCK SCHOOL!!!! i would not give this gift up for annything even if i fail i have the drive to get back up your not a true dyslexic if your going to give up like that im sick of people saying its a curs im 15 now im failing but im proud because i know im failing at somthing i have no intrest in somthing that dosent matter BUT IM PASSING LIFE. life isent about waiting for the storm to pass its about learning to dance in the rain ILOVE YOU ALL DONT GIVE UP:)

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