It shows up most in my typing, so for this post only, I am not oging to correct my typing, I will elave it as dyslexic as it really is.
I can remember in kindergarten watching the letter's rearrange themselves as I read. I thought I had some freaky superpower, taht  I was otherworldly. I remember getting in trouble for writing my c's, f's and s's backwards. I knew they were backwards when I looked at them, but I somehow felt they were more right that way.
Believe it or not I think reading helped. I loved reading even though ti was hard for me, I foudn in time, with practice, I was able to read the word even out of order. I never let it stop me or slow me down, I just considered it my superpower I leanred in kidnergarten.
Funny thing is I am an outstanding speller, if you look at my mistypes you will see all the correct letters are prestne, they are just not in the right order.  I think that is true of alot of htings in my life, all the right components just not int he correct order.
It never really bothered me, no one made fun of me, I was just lucky enough to learn it was jsut a part of what made me different. I know it causes hardships for so many and I am glad I was taught to accept it and not let it get me down, I am one of the lucky ones and I wouldnt chagne taht for anything! 

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