Welcome to The Truth About Dyslexia podcast, up to 20% of the population being dyslexic (at some level) - I wanted to share my journey, what I am learning, doing and understanding to see if it can help other adult dyslexics.
This is not the reading and writing stuff but what it actually means. Enjoy.
How can you help other dyslexics?
What I love about this community is the care and intention to help others - but it can be tough - do you know enough? will you break someone 😂? What can you do to make an impact? I have a few ideas that may just help you.
2 Drinking Dyslexics - Episode 1
I have always wanted to do this. Have a drink with a fellow dyslexic and talk about all things neurodiverse. Honestly I had a lot of fun doing this and I hope you enjoy it we touch on - Dyslexia & Adhd, hacks we use in our life, what we are drinking, and so much else.
It is longer than other episodes but I hope you like it - If you do reach out on the facebook group or on truthaboutdyslexia.com
Mad Weekend - A real emotional rollercoaster
Ever had one of those weekends where you are up, down and spinning around? I did this weekend. It was like the weather on an island. It changes from rain to wind to sun all in the matter of a few hours and then back again. I want people who listen to this episode it happens to all of us and it is important to know you are not alone in this.
2 Things You Need To Know About Time
One of the challenges that never gets spoken about is the Dyslexic challenge with Time ⏰ It is not natural to us, we understand it intellectually but not always how we work best with it. I'm also not just talking about getting places late or way way way too early. Listen in to some lessons I have learned over the years.
Get past the how and own your process
As Dyslexics we don't just think outside the box - we kind of live there. It's why we love meeting other dyslexics as it's like we are all tuned into the same wave length. But many of us have been taught 'how' to do things by neurotypical people. Can we trust our own minds on how to get what we want? I dive into this in the podcast today.
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Being Happy On The Path To Your Dreams
Dyslexia is a learning preference, so how do you use your preferences to shape what you truly want? As the year comes to an end (what a year right) I am starting to reflect on what has worked and what I want to bring into next year and what I want to dream about. Enjoy.