Dating a dyslexic

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and, ideally, at the core of the relationship, there will always be an enduring love and understanding and ACCEPTING of each other, "imperfections" and all.

As others have written here, being very OPEN in your communication with a potential or new partner is vital.

In that way, dyslexia can show you the kind of person you really don't want to be very quickly efficiently, if you can spot it for what it is when it happens. If you run into people who are just intolerant of your learning differences and can't get beyond them, then good bet that person is not going to be a great partner long term.

You need a lot of understanding and flexibility (goes both ways of course) over the long term..

The relationship (going in both directions) will need a forgiving nature surrounding dates/time/numbers...I'll have to Google the same word for years, but I'm always learning something.And checking that someone is understanding of your dyslexic quirks is worth getting out of the way early on in any relationship. just an addendum, if the online menu doesn't have photos, using a site like Yelp can help with visuals to more quickly find appealing looking food items, then note down the name of the item.. Fw-300 .qstn-title #ya-trending-questions-show-more, #ya-related-questions-show-more #ya-trending-questions-more, #ya-related-questions-more /* DMROS */ .Just wait until you’re married - things get super interesting then : DAs far as the texting is concerned I would suggest voice to text or to just carefully type out each word.

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