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Subject: Re: Depression and Dyslexia

fiona (depression)
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Date Posted: 07:10:38 08/29/11 Mon
In reply to: Joan 's message, "Depression and Dyslexia" on 19:34:47 03/03/10 Wed

i think everyone makes a great point. it's exhausting if your ambitions and passionate about somthing one will always come up against barriars. its hard not to become bitter or resentful that i diddnt get the education i needed because i had spesific dyslexic help but i had to go to a shitty school. its also hard not to compare my self to not just non dyslexic people but other dyslexics. and when you have that on your shoulders and your just trying to keep trying you come up against people who just want to put you down. thank you for letting me vent lol

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[> Subject: Re: Depression and Dyslexia

Majella Mair
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Date Posted: 06:36:43 09/05/11 Mon

Hi Joan,

As a fellow suffer of Dyslexia and Dyspraxia i hope i can shed some light. Sylvia Moody and David Grant are great authors in this subject area and i suggest you google them as you can download material on line.

I myself suffer a lot with Depression as a result of my Dyspraxia. The onset occurs when i have a low self estem on what challenge i am facing at that time. I find i also get it when i have had a lot of sugar in my diet. When i have done some reading on myself personally i have learnt about diet and mediatation being key for me to manage my condition. I have also learnt that Dyspraxia suffers are unable to contol emotional states in the brain and so when pressure occurs they can go on a high or a low. This i find i suffer with at times. I have also learnt about myself that i love my own company and living with no interuptions. So i tend to go to the gym (by no means am i fit) i use this as me time and i have a sauna to relax me. This i find helps me keep control of the moods.

Hope this helps

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sheena (mad)
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Date Posted: 02:27:49 04/11/12 Wed

well i lived with dyslexia and it is not like what evr it is that you have your born with it you can try brain exorsizes but their is not a cure sher sertain eating/sleeping habets can help annyone on earth!!! but it is not somthing you can stop for a while sorry i cant stop being me just as a kangaroo cant stop being furry unless it sheved and that would be funny :) dyslecsiea is heretatarie i got it from my dad just as he got it from his and it gets wors with every generation i cant shut off my brain or unscramble it iv tried trust me it dosent work my best help to you that are suffering is embrace it let your brain go wild let it do what it dose best and you will be amazed on just how talented and speshal you are infact i am rpoud to be dyslexic and you all should to you truly have a gift use it creat art,music,acutect,inventions,right, OPEN YOUR MIDE AND SEE THE BIG PICTCHER BECAUSE IT WAS LADE INFRUONT OF YOU SINCE BIRTH

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