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Adult Dyslexia Tips

Living with adult dyslexia is tough and this common brain disorder is often misunderstood. The good news is that there are many, many things you can do to help yourself cope with this challenge. Dyslexia is often diagnosed in children, but in many cases it is not diagnosed until adulthood. Dyslexia is also not something you outgrow as you get older. So, dyslexic kids grow up to be dyslexic adults who still need help coping with this common brain disorder.

The first thing to realize is that adult dyslexia is very common. Many esteemed politicians, actors, artists and others suffer from the difficulties presented by dyslexia. Having this learning disorder is not a sign of how intelligent the person is. Many extremely intelligent people have it, and some consider it an asset instead of a liability.

For instance, Einstein suffered from dyslexia and I don’t think many people would call him stupid! The thing is, dyslexic brains see things differently. This can lead to some amazing discoveries and unusual gifts as adult dyslexia helps some peopleto see the world differently. Sometimes we don’t just need out of the box thinking, we need a whole new box. When perceptions change, often so do the results. Looking at things with fresh eyes is exactly what many adults who experience the symptoms of this disorder do so well.

Some experts think that so many people have adult dyslexia because reading has only been important to our culture for a couple of hundred years. Before that, most people were largely illiterate and they had no need to use reading or writing in their daily lives. For most of human history, the ability to think creatively was much more important to survival than the ability to decipher the written word.

There are many people who have learned creative coping skills and unique ways of looking at AD. To learn more about the symptoms, diagnosis and treatment of adult dyslexia, visit the Adult Dyslexia site.

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