This week we are going to hear from someone who has written a dyslexia story. Reyna Marder Gentin was a criminal defense attorney who became a full-time writer.
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In this episode, Dean Bragonier talks about his dyslexia story and his struggle for acceptance from himself and from society.
In this episode, Harriet Kelsall shares her story of growing up with dyslexia and how she developed strategies to overcome it.
David Hornik is a dyslexic venture capitalist from California, who has been open about his dyslexia story and how it helps and, in turn, affects him
In this episode, we have a conversation with Stan Gloss where he talked about shame and dyslexia and the power of empathy. He noticed that people don’t usually talk about dyslexia and the shame that’s associated with having it
Karen Murdarasi had no difficulty in reading. She was doing well at school. She remembered being called careless by her parents and teachers but she didn’t really pay attention to it.
Today we are going to talk about the valuable connections the minds of dyslexic thinkers can make.
Let’s talk about how toys aren’t just toys in the hands of children with strong 3D minds. Sometimes teachers can overlook this and see it as just another crazy experiment.
This little episode is packed with a punch.
1. What is your why?
2. What grade will you choose?
3. What price are you willing to pay?