While much of the focus on Dyslexia is around the difficulty it causes with reading and writing, what’s often overlooked is the effects of other people’s opinions of our dyslexia and what it does to our confidence.

In this video, Miranda Banks talks us through some techniques to help strengthen our self-confidence.

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Key take-aways:

  • Everyone has a different opinion of you and you can’t be liked by everyone
  • Value most the opinion of those who are important to you that you can trust and respect
  • You are in control of who you are
  • Ask for support
  • Stop the unhelpful thoughts and create an action plan

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