I was diagnosed with mild dyspraxia, though I don’t face the difficulties that people with more, I can be quite embarrassed about my lack of coordination and awkward movements. I find things like tying my shoelaces and riding a bike near impossible to do, and I am often knocking into people and objects due to my lack of coordination.
Its something I try not to feel to down about though, I count myself lucky that I only a mild dyspraxic I know that for some people it can be a very severe and frustrating thing to have.
Esben Esben
18-21, M
1 Response Jul 14, 2010

Me too, enough that I'd fooled myself into thinking i was over it for years, but I'm beginning to accept it's still there to a milder degree. I've hit a wall with driving lessons, I'm good enough to get around but I doubt I'll be able to pass the test without a lot of improvement. Gave up learning to ride a bike when I was a kid, it's embarrassing to admit to people that I can't do it now.