Saturday, February 15, 2014

Fear and Learning Disabilities

I've been thinking about those days that I have when fear is locking eyes with me paralyzing my soul with its effects. Sometimes I ask myself why I get up out of the mud puddle I have fallen into if I know I will fall into it again. I wonder if trying again is relay worth it. School for me has taken so much more effort and time than everyone else my grade. I know I have potential and I have big ambitions, but can I relay get there in the end? Everyday I fight a battle with words, letters, numbers, symbols, spelling, reading and everything lingual. Despite this I have amazing creativity and love writing down new ideas. So is trying so hard in the face of failure worth it? Absolutely! I wouldn't trade my challenges for anything because of the life lessons I have learned through them. If you aren't failing you aren't learning! It's a natural part of life!

Every hero has a weakness in a sea of strengths. Every person has a weakness and no one is perfect. Most days I am embarrassed by failure and how different our family is. The hardest thing about living with adopted siblings is that most people just don't understand. It's hard to conceal the facts about life when it's you'r everyday. I still wouldn't reverse time and not have brothers even if I could. It's been a long test of patients. I've learned that sometimes you just have to accept the fact that you're different and that's what makes you who you are.

There are so many people out there that need to hear my story because it's the  real everyday life that no one sees in adoption. I encourage you to help share my story.

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