I would say speech side of the things my speech is quite bad, it's not a side I am comfortable with.. I'm a rather silent person, i accept now that could just be my personality, i don't talk but I'm always in in my own world majority of the time. I think it's neurone related why i daydream often... It's who i am know, i don't really label myself anymore, i am just Ian and don't look to my dyspraxia for blaming, i just blame myself. I guess i've become comfortable on that side of things these day's... My mum says i act behind, i guess i do for a 22year old, and im treated by other people like im pretty much useless, i think that's because of my speech because i've notice how they can there talk for me, compare to another person. Again i'm not worrying about it anymore, it would get me but i've accepted that's me, i'm never going to be a win a battle in a convisation, i get confused still quite a lot, and panic a lot when i get like that... Panic attacks are my worse problem, i can panic if things are getting too much, i've recentley had to go back to part time at work, which i'm coping much better now... I guess knowing i get help now, i don't have to put myself in distress. My co ordination is actually probabley better than most dyspraxics, im actually fairly sporty, yet i do have a lot of cycling crashes because of my concenration is poor and i don't see danger, and my awareness is poor. I've agreed with myself that driving a car is simplely not possible or safe. I can drive a car co oridnation wise hand wise, it's the rest concentration, daydreaming, i know im unsafe to myself and too other people. I couldn't live with killing someone because of my naivity. An old person doesn't drive not because there co oridination has gone it's there concenration, my concentration i would say is like an old person too a degree. I don't know what is to blame for dyspraxia and what is things that are just life problems. So i don't really go on about dyspraxia that much, as long as my cloest people know about it, i don't really shout about it too people. Then again, I'm doing this charity thing at the moment, in which i am at the moment. I just wanted to prove that dyspraxia doesn't have to control us, because it did control me if you look at my earliar posts, when i first posted on here, i felt dyspraxia controled me. I've jumped a lot of hurdles, met people with similar problems or worse problems. I still got my body and i can use it to a degree now like any other. My doctor though repeating the fact to my mum, that im not autistic in any way, but if i've been tested for austism, then i must be a boarder austistic otherwise they never put me through a test. Basically i have moments, there dyspraxia moments i call them know. I name all my problems, which are listed as dyspraxia as dyspraxia. It's just more simple for me to explain to someone, insteading i may have this or that, it's not really going to help me anymore in everyday life so. If i say it's my dyspraxia or just having a bad day, then i just go home from work, and get back in the next day.. When i watch also the bbc news program with that kid, he seemed like me as a kid, so im guessing its dyspraxia, talking to himself and looking quite happy in his own world, which i get like even now.