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    Default dyslexia and other learning disabilities

    is there anyone here with experience with these?
    i woudl like to know how it affects you and if there's any one to see about this stuff.

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    i meant to post a thread about dyslexia today too! how funny...i was wondering if there was any correlation between ne and dyslexia.
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    yeah its possible, seeing as Ne probably needs some kind of right brain functioning.

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    well for me it's the jumping around from middle to beginning to end...i feel like i process info too quickly i have to concentrate and slow down and go from left to right...it's not natural but i learned how to do it. when i was younger i had trouble with it but my dad was dyslexic so he worked with me on it...he was an enfp too.
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    if everyone in the world were Ne, true add may be uncovered. by S standards i think all Ne's have ADD.
    its funny that your enfp, the onyl people i ever met who were lazier and less focused in school than i (let me add this is quiet a feat, not even the entps were this bad) were enfps.
    maybe its just that the enfp nature mirrors the description of add (which might as well let you be diagonised with it because if youve got the symptoms youre in the same boat). maybe strong Ne is add, maybe add heightenes Ne and lets it run loose... i dont know.
    im certain though that Ne isnt one to keep you focused on memorising timetables -quick get that evil child on ritalin!

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    wtf, why am i talking about add, we were talking about dyslexia. whoops.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edge View Post
    is there anyone here with experience with these?
    i woudl like to know how it affects you and if there's any one to see about this stuff.
    Yep. It shows when i try to articulate my thoughts to words (in english). The problem lies in punctuation and spelling more than any typical problem. When i read something, one word in the whole will be read incorrectly. Now when i do that, i more carefully look at it. Then all of a sudden it makes (sense).

    In an ancient language of upbringing, i can articulate in words very well gramatically and read without any one word being visually deceptive.

    In another ancient language (taught) to me during my upbringing, i can naturally articulate verbally but have the same trouble in grammer as english.

    The best person i've ever seen was my INFJ brother who tells me to pay attention to where puntuation lays and observe it's pattern in writing. Still workin on it, obviously. The spelling lies in a dictionary, which i am to lazy to check out. Unless the person i'm writing to is worth it.
    everyone uses every function about evenly. take NE for example. if there are those who don't use it much, then why are there such massive amounts of people constantly flowing through Wallmart with 20 items or less?

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    Quote Originally Posted by erinavery View Post
    well for me it's the jumping around from middle to beginning to end...i feel like i process info too quickly i have to concentrate and slow down and go from left to right...it's not natural but i learned how to do it. when i was younger i had trouble with it but my dad was dyslexic so he worked with me on it...he was an enfp too.
    i mess numbers aroudn all the time. my maths teachers would stare me like i was an idiot because i would get simle alegbraic equations wrong. i was mixing up numbers and the + sign with the x sign. i was the one who looked stupid but how could they not realise what the problem was. its always been right infront of techers eyes that i dont read things properly - like the time i took a maths test for a harder level and got all the answers right except for one, which, if the teacher had actaully cared to examine, they wouldve realised i had the written downt he right answer in my working out i just circles the wrong multiple choise answer.
    its stupid that they put the answers that look alike next to each other.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edge View Post
    i mess numbers aroudn all the time. my maths teachers would stare me like i was an idiot because i would get simle alegbraic equations wrong. i was mixing up numbers and the + sign with the x sign. i was the one who looked stupid but how could they not realise what the problem was. its always been right infront of techers eyes that i dont read things properly - like the time i took a maths test for a harder level and got all the answers right except for one, which, if the teacher had actaully cared to examine, they wouldve realised i had the written downt he right answer in my working out i just circles the wrong multiple choise answer.
    its stupid that they put the answers that look alike next to each other.
    eye niffs one=a rt
    everyone uses every function about evenly. take NE for example. if there are those who don't use it much, then why are there such massive amounts of people constantly flowing through Wallmart with 20 items or less?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edge View Post
    if everyone in the world were Ne, true add may be uncovered. by S standards i think all Ne's have ADD.
    its funny that your enfp, the onyl people i ever met who were lazier and less focused in school than i (let me add this is quiet a feat, not even the entps were this bad) were enfps.
    maybe its just that the enfp nature mirrors the description of add (which might as well let you be diagonised with it because if youve got the symptoms youre in the same boat). maybe strong Ne is add, maybe add heightenes Ne and lets it run loose... i dont know.
    im certain though that Ne isnt one to keep you focused on memorising timetables -quick get that evil child on ritalin!
    wait...did you just call me add...i don't think i have add...i've never really thought about it before. it seemed that i was a bit dyslectic when i was a kid but i had an easy enough time with school...i occasionally had issues with my handwriting being illegible and i do have to put forth effort to slow down and take one thing at a time because my natural tendency is to just scan everything real quick...but i can occasionally miss things or jump to conclusions when i do that.

    i don't know i jumble up all sorts of words and mix up numbers all the time...
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