Opinion: Can a Daughter With Dyslexia Learn to Love Words?
New York Times (Blog)
Last summer, our first-grade daughter was diagnosed with dyslexia a neurological disorder that affects your ability to read and write. But my pain has little to do with a label or a disability. In fact, the emptiness I'm trying to fill by writing these words is exactly what is creating the void. I'm a mother (as of a little over nine years ago). But, I've been a writer a lover of words since the day I learned to read.
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