[tldr at bottom; sorry this is so long] i didn't realize until recently that i might have dyslexia. growing up, i learned to read before the other kids, english was my favourite subject, even taught a six year old to read when i was five. while none of that sounds like anything even close to dyslexia, i also have always struggled with misreading things or i'll put a word where there wasn't even a space to put one or, when writing/typing, i'll skip over a word entirely and swear that i wrote/typed it when i look at it later or i'll write/type a word twice in a row because my brain just doesn't process it. swapping the order that words are in when writing, typing, or speaking. re-reading a sentence over and over just trying to process what the heck it meant despite every word being one i know (i pinned/blamed this on my add/adhd until i heard someone explain that it can also be dyslexia, which sparked the Urge to actually look into things) there's also the Letter Switching problem that i, again, didn't realize was abnormal until recently. k and lowercase L (specified because it looks like a uppercase "i" and i didn't want that confusion) c and s m and n u and n g and d among a few others i can't think of right now tldr; i think i could have dyslexia based off my research and experiences but i was a gifted kid who loved reading and i don't know what to do now
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