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dyslexic? - November 7th 2009, 01:58 AM

i think i'm dyslexic..

i switch my numbers around all the time..like if someone reads me a number..for example today someone said the number 113 but i wrote 312...way off...

and i mess up my words alll the timmme! my sister thinks its the funniest thing ever lol but it's annoying as hell after awhile...like i meant to say he took the grilled cheese out of my hand but said he took the grilled cheese out of my sandwich...just today i said i use to always keep purse in my gum...and the other night said i hurt my wrist at hand..instead of i hurt my wrist at work...i never make any sense!! lol

i also confuse my e's and i's when someone tells me how to spell something out loud i will but an e instead of i...i get my w's and u's confused when i say them out loud...

and i have a very hard time sounding out new words. i have to have my boyfriend sound it out for me, then help me say it like 4 times before i can say it then i usually mess up in within 5 mins after..

so i'm thinking i'm dyslexic? i've did some reserch and i'm still not sure...
   
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Re: dyslexic? - November 7th 2009, 03:40 PM

There is a lot of different types of Dyslexia..
My sister forgets which letter is which, My dad can't read properly because the letters jumble up, and my friend has to have work on YELLOW paper before it make sense.

You should find somewhere (school etc)
who will screen you for free, they just do a test and then you would know.

But i don't think dyslexia makes people speak things about the wrong way..
i thought it was all learning based... i could be wrong though

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Re: dyslexic? - November 7th 2009, 07:44 PM

yeah mate your dislexic like me i still switch my numbers around like 6,9 and and i also mess up p,q and b,d - yeah and because your dislexic you will read sum words wrong so will prnonce them wrong-- i can also spell words like eat,beat and because wrong. so yeah id say your dislexic but thats not a bad thing the are may great dislexics and you get a laptop in university
   
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Re: dyslexic? - November 8th 2009, 01:12 AM

Hey Brandy,
Just wanted to remind you, us here at TH can only give you suggestions. We cannot professionally diagnose you. If you are looking for a diagnosis please talk to a professional. Let me know if you need anything.
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Re: dyslexic? - November 18th 2009, 01:09 AM

You very well could be...
I have math dyslexia otherwise known as DYSCALCULIA.


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