I used to be so mad at my dyslexia–so mad it controlled my life, so frustrated I wasn’t normal, so annoyed I couldn’t even order an ice cream without stammering. It took me awhile to figure this out, but my dyslexia isn’t a curse or a burden. 
And as soon as I realized that and stopped fighting, hating, and being angry at it then things got a whole lot more awesome.' Her website has some great podcasts where dyslexic individuals, parents of dyslexic children share their experiences - episode 62 given comic writer Rossie Stone tells you “ Parents of dyslexic kids it’s great that you are listening to things that could open your minds to what can help your children. It’s very good you are seeking (help) and that’s such a wonderful thing to do.” 
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