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Cate is a writer and social media strategist who helps small business owners increase engagement, share their message and create loyal fans. Life is actually much more difficult for people with dyslexia. Dyslexia is a gift —the gift of being able to see things from lots of different points of view, Dating someone dyslexic at once. People with dyslexia can be hard to live with, and hard to Dating someone dyslexic, because their brains work so differently to ours.
Even if you love someone with dyslexia, the day-to-day living with it can drive you insane. This is an insight into how their minds work. Dyslexia is much more than just having difficulty reading, writing, and using numbers. They see the world in a completely different way, communicate differently, and have trouble organizing things. Some people describe it as a lifestyle challenge, others as a lifestyle curse, because it affects almost all aspects Dating someone dyslexic their lives.
They can seem weird. Despite their high intelligence, and because they see so many different perspectives at once, they can appear incoherent in conversation. They can come out with strange ideas, and lack the ability to check if their thoughts are suitable for conversation. Because their brain is less efficient at processing letters and sounds, it has to work harder—much harder. So any time spent reading, using numbers, or focusing on details is really, really exhausting.
Some days they seem to function better than others, and can appear to be improving. They are highly creative. Their ability to view the world from all perspectives makes them highly creative. Like words moving on the page, or even off the page, and letters flipping about. Imagine reading a whole book like that. Or reading a book through a magnifying lens that a child is holding, and moving about.
They can even see the word cat more than 40 different ways. They get overwhelmed by what they see. They see so many possibilities that their thoughts can become garbled and distorted. Without the ability to filter, this special gift becomes a tragic, confusing, disability. They are more likely to have ADD. People with dyslexia are more likely to have ADD.
They can experience thoughts as reality. And they may not realize that this aspect of their communication is part of their dyslexia. According to the Mayo Clinicdyslexia can go undiagnosed for years, and may not be recognized until adulthood. And, unfortunately, people with undiagnosed dyslexia often label themselves as stupid or slow. They think in pictures instead of words. Not surprisingly, they tend to be highly visual, think in picturesand utilize visual aids to help them plan and organize their lives.
Rather than using self-talk, their thought processes are more subliminal. They will always have dyslexia. They can learn to read and spell, but they will always have dyslexia. The font is designed to avoid confusion, and add clarity, while the dictionary will favor meaning over alphabetical order. They use their brain differently.
Dyslexia is inherited, and most people with dyslexia have an aunt or uncle, or a parent or grandparent with dyslexia. They often have low self-esteem. People with dyslexia are just as intelligent as the rest of us. So they feel stupid compared to other people. They have different symptoms. Dyslexia is a tricky thing, because no two people have the exact same symptoms. Some lose things, or have poor organization skills. Some are slow at reading or have poor comprehension.
Some may have difficulty organizing ideas to write, or have difficulty processing auditory information. They are full of contradictions. They may be highly aware of their environment, but appear lost. They may recognize, or read, a word on one page but be unable to recognize it on the next. They have great strengths. People with dyslexia are often very good at reading people, and have great people skills. They usually have fantastic memories, and rely on them. They are highly intelligent, and intuitive, with vivid imaginations.
They can be incredibly successful. People with dyslexia can be incredibly successful, often because of their dyslexia. Carole Grieder and Baruj Benacerraf utilized their dyslexia to become Nobel prize-winning scientists. They can change the world. People with dyslexia can, and have changed the world. People with dyslexia are kind, creative, highly intelligent beings who are just as frustrated at their inabilities as you are. Yes, they can be frustrating to love at times, but they have incredible, unique, world-changing gifts.
With your help, maybe the person you love can change the world too.
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Its ability to help the world from all uses makes them rather creative. They can be pop successful. They have examples strengths.