A Little More on Dyslexia and Belief
Last week on the blog we discussed Belief Change and the importance of what we believe about ourselves, our children and dyslexia.
This week we want to share with you another interesting study that has been undertaken on the subject of what dyslexic people believe to be true about themselves.
According to the study, there are three key beliefs that people may have about themselves when they have dyslexia.
They may see themselves as:
How do you see yourself? How do you see your child? Do you relate to any of the categories above?
Is there another way you might be able to frame dyslexia which might serve you better?
Have a watch of the video below and let us know what you think: