Dyslexia Questions & Answers

6 Dyslexia Questions and Answers

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DYSLEXIA QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS #1:

WHAT DO I DO IF MY ‘PARENTS’ DON’T UNDERSTAND:

Answer: ‘Parents’ come in all sizes, shapes and attitudes. Some parents think that discipline will solve a dyslexic child’s tendencies and will subtract out of the child’s life things they are good at doing over attempting to get the child to spend more time doing what they are not good at in an effort to solve Dyslexia.

Best advice is to kindly as your parents to stop punishing you for being you and to switch as many courses in school to things that are of interest to you that you are capable of doing. Art Classes, Photography Classes, Cinema, Graphic Design, Acting classes instead of literature classes are advisable because they will give you an ability to do something that you are atleast partially good at.

Parents may have their own circumstances and not have the time to understand but this author has made materials available to try to allow parents to read in short articles what their child may be going through.
The Dyslexia Font will change the reading ability of Dyslexics if they use it which is something that is very significantly not what was available when parents were younger. You may be surprised that your parents may be partially dyslexic and have worked through some of it in their own way also.

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DYSLEXIA QUESTIONS & ANSWERS #2:

WHY DO DYSLEXICS SEE THE WAY THEY DO?

Answer: Because there is a specific genius that is inside of them that constantly processes the things that they are witness to both in experience and in logical line of sight with their eyes.

This aspect of seeing enables them to not only see what is infront of them but to immediately engage anything that is similar to the same when an inverting or extraverting flipping takes place on an axis. As long as a Linear surface has a place of axis then they are capable of identifying the similarities.

When the similarities are identified the Dyslexic can often get the letters confused with one another because they are too similar in features than distinct. When the letters are distinct it is far less complicated to be able to read the sentence and the Dyslexic can remain in their dyslexic natural state and still be able to decipher the language of the words and letters because they are distinct from one another.

Distinct is the key feature that is needed that is able to allow the comfort of the lifestyle that the Dyslexic really needs to have to keep and utilize fully their own creativity.

DYSLEXIA QUESTIONS & ANSWERS #3:

HOW VITAL ARE DYSLEXICS IN THE ENVIRONMENT THAT WE LIVE IN?

Seeing creative similarities and differences are the staple of a vibrant society. The diversity of those within society are the those that often help to continue to define and create the fabric of changes in society.

Dyslexics are often the innovators within their chosen professional fields and their diverse thinking really helps to cultivate cultural aspects of the professions that they are in. This goes into creative cultures as well as architecture, sketching and designing.

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DYSLEXIA QUESTIONS & ANSWERS #4:

WHAT IS IT LIKE TO HAVE DYSLEXIA?

It is exciting and exhilerating just like life is exciting and exhilerating. It is interesting to live with such a talented thing and it is unfortunate that dyslexia is so misunderstood.
Most of all I wish that those with Dyslexia and those who love and care for Dyslexics will get the memo that it is far more about the alphabet then people ever give it credit. The letters in some font cases are completely identical to some of the other letters when reversed.
Most people in the world don’t see how a Dyslexic see’s which is non-linearly.

DYSLEXIA QUESTIONS & ANSWERS #5:

HOW DOES DYSLEXIA MANIFEST WITH CHINESE CHARACTERS?

Most languages and cultures are affected by Dyslexia people and Dyslexia people live within each culture. It is harder to find a dyslexic in China then it is in America because Chinese alphabet is structured differently. Mongolian Alphabet does not have any repeating dyslexic letters in their alphabet yet still have 26 characters.

Most often Chinese students come to learn English and realize that they may be dyslexic at that time but the belief is really that they were dyslexic all along and just thought it was normal. IT is normal to have dyslexia. Over 10% of the population has Dyslexia.

Chinese characters that repeat themselves or have issues that are dyslexic repetitions within their alphabet if identical to one another when turned will be just as big of a problem for a Dyslexic in Chinese then it is in English. The reality is that the dyslexics are not the black sheep of civilization the way that societal jokes speak about but they are innovative people who care and love and want to contribute.

DYSLEXIA QUESTIONS & ANSWERS #6:

WHAT ARE THE POSITIVE ASPECTS OF DYSLEXIA?

Dyslexia has many positive aspects. It is incredible the amount of creative thinking that Dyslexics are capable of being part of. It is incredible how intellectually funny or comical dyslexic perspectives can be. Jay Leno is a great example of a Dyslexic thinker and comedian.

The ability to be able to process in Non-Linear thinking processes is an incredible benefit to any group thinking project or group function. It is easier to be able to see different perspectives with and around those who are Dyslexic then some times when there are no Dyslexics around or in your group.

The positive aspects include and are not limited to creative abilities and differences in thinking patterns than some linear people are used to.
Instead of reading aspects, the Dyslexic may read asdects or aspects. That can easily lead to a jovial time with jokes about Pect muscles and how it relates to the subject. The Dyslexics are always taking in different perceptions to the world which is a great positive most of the time.

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