Dyslexia and Effort

This article is worth reading. Often dyslexic children are targeted for being lazy, failing to concentrate or pay attention – and mostly for not putting in the effort like other children. Usually this is both wrong and an easy way to explain what people simply don’t know: Dyslexic children work very hard, often much harder than the average child – and sometimes they give up when they don’t see the same result as others get. Sometimes they develop anxieties, feel nauseous, humiliated and so overwhelmed that are too exhausted to even think about doing homework after a stressful day at school:


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