Living with a Learning Disability without feeling Ashamed

I have Learning Disabilities, and I’m not Ashamed of that Anymore.

All through my school-life I knew that I was slightly different in terms of learning to the others in my class. I didn’t take things in as fast as the others, didn’t understand things as well as others, I was in bottom classes in most subjects and maths was the most difficult of all.


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Written by Carol Townend

I write about mental health and a variety of other things. I also have a book due to be published soon. I write on several platforms on the web, sometimes random things, others about writing, mental health, and other issues. I am a mental health champion with Time to Change. I am a big lover of books and music. I also write about parenting and true-life experiences.

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