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Subject: dyslecsic people


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stephanie
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Date Posted: 02:08:09 04/11/12 Wed
In reply to: Valerie 's message, "Re: Depression and Dyslexia" on 22:30:10 03/03/10 Wed

being dyslecsic is not a problem it is a solution for manny problems people with dyslexiea have the BEST problem solving skills they are verry smart not with school but with life unfortonaly people dont see thatthey are generaly closed minded and fortonaly people with dyslexia are not and most inportantly we are not folowers we think outside the box most become inventors just look up famus inventors most of them are dyslecsic and struggled through schools if only teachers will see that try new aproches and harness this gift called dyslexia

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Rosemary Clarke (sad, frustrated and angry)
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Date Posted: 03:00:54 05/07/12 Mon

Hi everyone, I really value all of your open and honest comments. I took a Dyslexia Test 18 months ago, found out at the age of 49 years that I am dyslexic. I have been treated for depression for the past 30 years. Learned to read at age 11. Struggled at school, constantly bullied.
Depression and Dyslexia go hand in hand. I've struggled all my life, with learning difficulties, everything I have achieved, has taken tremendous effort, and this is emotionally draining. It's uplifting to know I am not alone! Yes we have all experienced more than our fair share of knock backs. "I believe that there is a genetic link to dyslexia." My father and brother, 'all though never tested', both showed signs of being severe dyslexics. Both men however are SO intelligent! They have fantastic memories, and are outstanding public speakers. My brothers art work, verges on genius! I believe Dyslexia is linked to intelligence. We dyslexics know how frustrating it is not to be able to get our points across, either written or verbally or BOTH! It is the world and not us who are missing out, as we are some of the most intellectual, peoples in this world. What we have to do, is learn to harness our individual talents. I keep trying to achieve the impossible. I am a natural artist, and must return to the paint brush. We all have individual talents. Value yourselves, and others will follow! I must learn to be my own best friend, so when depression comes knocking, I will be able to face it square in the face! And so can you!

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sam (thanks for sharing)
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Date Posted: 07:17:29 04/09/13 Tue

Thanks for sharing, its really nice to know I'm not the only one. I'm a talented Photographer but sometimes struggle with my self worth and confidents... I do believe we all have or talents its just the rest of the stuff that i hard work

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