Dyslexia and Me: A Response from a Dyslexic #TimeToTalk

“I believe that if I HAD been diagnosed at school and I HAD been given the support I needed, I would have far better self-esteem. I was a very miserable teenager. I think teenage years are hard enough for kids growing up with all the hormones and dramas of life without feeling like you’re working your hardest and being called lazy or stupid. I threw tantrums and cried a lot. The only classes I enjoyed was music because it was where I did well and where I wasn’t made to feel like I was useless”

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