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I met a child who said to me “I’m dyslexic. I can’t.”
I met a child who said to me “I’m dyslexic. I can’t.” And my heart sank. My first reaction was to help and say “but you can”. But something inside me knew it wouldn’t be helpful. Instead, I realised he needed the power of a little word: The Power of ‘yet’.
You see, I’m dyslexic, and I remember saying “I can’t” alot learning little processes that others children got so such more quickly. Each seemed so impossible at the time, but with the help of wise parents and teachers. For example now:
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