One of the learning disabilities that Americans are most familiar with is Dyslexia. For whatever reason this particular disorder seems to have gone mainstream much easier than some of the other disorders that are still not diagnosed or not believed when they are diagnosed. Still, recognizing the term Dyslexia does not mean that people have the first clue about what the disability really is and part of the reason for that is because it can manifest in so many different ways.
Of course the way we usually think of dyslexia is that the people who are afflicted with it simply read words differently. Most people know that from time to time a dyslexic will straight up reverse a word, meaning that tip if now fit in their minds, or God is dog. These are the usual understandings people have with Dyslexia and what they fail to understand is that Dyslexics rarely realize that they are the only ones who see the world that way.
Dyslexia is not a matter of being stupid the way some of people view it. Dyslexia is in fact not tied to IQ at all and the way you can tell that is the number of incredibly intelligent people who have come out in the last few years to let the world know that they have this disorder. The funny thing about dyslexia is that the brain fools you into thinking that it is everyone else who simply is seeing or writing or doing something that are completely contrary to common sense. There was one case where a child could not read the silent â€œeâ€ in words, meaning that bite now looked like bit and she simply could not understand how anyone else was seeing the difference. This may seem almost like a comical problem until you realize that the girl had no idea she had a problem, until she was finally diagnosed.