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Date Posted: Wed, Mar 27 2002, 18:52:35
Author: sara fillingham
Subject: Re: telling people about one's dyslexia
In reply to: Andy 's message, "Re: telling people about one's dyslexia" on Fri, Mar 15 2002, 21:17:17

Hi Andy
I must appologise for the delay in replying to you but my computer has been offline. I was not diagnosed with dyslexia untill I was 26. As you can imagine it was hard for me growing up being the thick one in the corner. I dropped out of school at 15 and started work on a youth training scheeme. It took me 10 years to go back to education and a thurther year to sit the tests. when I found out I was devistated and relieved at the same time. I found the missing part of the puzzle and things were more clearer. As you can see I havent stopped learning about both myself and my degree. I am nearly 30 now I will be 31 when I leave uni. and yes I am pissed that i wave wasted so much time on fear and insecurities. I hope that someone will read this and not waste time before doing what ever they realy want to do as life is too short to waste.

Sara

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