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Being proud of your dyspraxia

Sat Mar 21, 2009 8:27 pm

Despite the problems it causes, i'm proud of my dyspraxia. It's almost like a friend. Ok that's ridiculous but you know what i mean. As for being a nerd, when i'm a lawyer, i'll laugh at my ex classmates who are cleaning the streets. I'll go "haha, i worked hard!" :shock: nerds for justice!

Re: Being proud of your dyspraxia

Sat Mar 21, 2009 8:33 pm

to be honest i envy you, i find it hard to tell other people that i have dyspraxia. i get extra time for exams and whenever everybody sees that, well some of them laugh, some of them think i'm an idiot and others just say they never thought that i was disabled, that i didn't look it. :?

Anyway your a bigger person than i am so congrats about that :D

Re: Being proud of your dyspraxia

Sat Mar 21, 2009 8:49 pm

may i ask if u r hannah malpass? if ur not then sorry, but ur name matches the nickname of a girl i know.

Re: Being proud of your dyspraxia

Sat Mar 21, 2009 9:14 pm

nope, sorry, im hannah d and im from northern ireland. where are you from, im a newbie too

Re: Being proud of your dyspraxia

Sat Mar 21, 2009 10:15 pm

hamsterboi wrote:Despite the problems it causes, i'm proud of my dyspraxia. It's almost like a friend. Ok that's ridiculous but you know what i mean. As for being a nerd, when i'm a lawyer, i'll laugh at my ex classmates who are cleaning the streets. I'll go "haha, i worked hard!" :shock: nerds for justice!


I know what you mean. I'm proud to be dyspraxic, most of the time, despite some of the problems (and bruises) it causes me.

Re: Being proud of your dyspraxia

Sat Mar 21, 2009 10:24 pm

I do know what you mean- writing from mobile so apologies 4 txt speak. Nerds and geeks are the cooler ones anyway because in the end their lives are going to be more successful, compared to being locked up in the local youth offenders holding pen!

Re: Being proud of your dyspraxia

Sat Mar 28, 2009 12:34 am

Individuality FTW!! :)
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