How to view your dyslexia in a positive light

All respect to jo crawford :))

When life gives you melons, you're probably dyslexic

I think its important to say why, because doing something without reasoning or understanding never really works. For a very long time I used to associate my dyslexia with a dark cloud of problems which would trip me up wherever I went. In return, this completely damaged my confidence because I felt I could do not right and would never be able to achieve anything. However, for about a year or so, I’ve become far happier and confident about myself and my future, because I’ve had a so called ‘epiphany’ about my dyslexia. The research for my film helped me feel far more at ease with who I was and how I worked, and it made me realise that I was not alone. If you cannot except a part of yourself, then you will never be able to feel and live a fabulous life. So, lets begin.

You should accept that your dyslexia will…

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