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This is a really short post 

Hello humans of the internet! As you might have guessed from the title, I don’t have much to say today.  It’s been a long stressful week and that’s my excuse for not coming up with a post for today.  Instead,  let’s have a discussion.  Keeping in my Friday theme of dysadventures:  do any of you have learning disabilities?  If so how does this affect your life?  If not what is your view on learning disabilities?  Do you never think about them at all?  Have you felt classmates with them were less intelligent or just tying to get attention?  Keep it real, I look forward to your answers. 

Much love, AK

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I'm a recent college graduate with dyslexia making my way in the world.

9 thoughts on “This is a really short post 

  1. When I taught, I called them glitches instead of disabilities. I said that everyone had glitches and that seemed to calm everyone down. One of the most interesting was a student who would read aloud what she thought she had written even though it was different from what she had actually written. It turns out that is a glitch recognized in the student counseling office, and she got help including software that would read aloud what she had written. She had been plagued throughout school and no one had ever done anything other than call her dumb. Agh.

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      1. Us too! That’s really never been an issue, thankfully. We live rurally, so he’s been with the same kids from pre-school through 8th grade. He’s a freshman in high school this year, so we were a little concerned once he was around kids that didn’t know him well. But, so far so good. He’s just a really likable dude though. 😃

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