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.
Multi-tasking and Dyslexia
Does dyslexia effect how many tasks we can do at one time? In this episode we look and where the concept of multi tasking came from and how neurodiversity can play its part.
Enjoying the Journey - Can be really hard
What do I have to do next? Should that not be done by now? Why do they want me in that meeting? Let’s look at how we as dyslexics can struggle with enjoying the process
Friction & Self Sabotage
I wanted to talk about a feeling I’m experiencing in my life. That uneasy feeling when things are going right… that leads to you know what.
Dyslexia and Nootropics
Have you tried Nootropics? Do you know much about them? Can they help with Dyslexia?
In this episode, I share my experience with trying to help my dyslexia & calming my visual neurodiverse mind. One of the big challenges with Dyslexia is there is not a huge amount of research on what supports our mind. I touch on my own personal experiments.
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So i’m dyslexic. Now what?
The question we get asked al the time. When you realise you may have dyslexia what do you do next? A diagnosis may help but does it actually fix your life? To find more about our upcoming course visit https://truthaboutdyslexia.com
#updatecast - dyslexia, milestones and growth
I was in the mood to share where truth about dyslexia is, the merger with remarkable minds and share a stumbling block I fell over last week.
People dealing with Dyslexia have a hard time with Realising and simple tasks.
Some tasks that don’t faze others can really feel like such a burden.
You sharing your own journey is awesome especially with simple tips to help.
Thanks Stephen for sharing your awesome journey, what a great help. Keep up the awesome work.
Love hearing your experience on being an adult Dyslexia as a Dyslexia Facilitator it’s great to hear real life stories and reflections of living with Dyslexia.
Keep it up - tell us journey.