Can I help children with dyslexia, if I can’t write flawlessly?
This is a question I asked myself after a conversation with a colleague, about my posts that sometimes have a writing error.
This touched me deeply. My doubts and uncertainty caused tears to jump in my eyes.
Because how can I help others if I can’t do it flawlessly myself?
I sighed deeply and deployed my Davis tools so I could focus again and calmly organize my thoughts.
That I make mistakes when writing my texts or reports, that’s true! But that doesn’t make me a bad helper!
As a practitioner, I know like no other what it’s like to be dyslexic.
But I don’t just help children in my practice with learning spelling rules. I provide a solid foundation and teach them how to focus their attention relaxedly on a task they need to do, so that they are able to perceive letters and words in a focused way.
.I don’t teach them tricks or rules but make sure they know how to process information and learn from that solid foundation.
So, ′′ Yes I can help others, even if I can’t do it flawlessly “.
My question to you: ′′ Do you sometimes make mistakes in writing? Is that so bad?”