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- Fri Jun 22, 2018 9:59 pm
- Forum: Transport
- Topic: Is it better to learn in manual car or automatic one
- Replies: 1
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Hi Lau, In theory an automatic car is easier because of not having to change gears most of the time. Having said that, I learned in a manual car and am glad as it gives me the flexibility to buy a manual car if I want to. It did take me a long time to learn, and I didn't pass until my 3rd attempt (I...
I know this feeling all too well! Things that have helped me: -Swapping notes with a friend who understands my difficulties, or photocopying their notes so I at least have the information - Recording the lectures on a Dictaphone (with permission from the lecturers) so I can go and listen back to wha...
- Sun Jun 17, 2018 11:35 pm
- Forum: Day-to-day living
- Topic: Trying to do too much
- Replies: 2
- Views: 131
Hi Tim, I totally relate to this. I think with the pace of life these days, it can feel for me like there's a pressure to do more, that you're failing if you don't, but I've really noticed how much better I feel all round when I can drop some of those plates! When I feel tempted to take on something...
Thanks Tom. There is definitely some of that! And a lot of trying to figure out how much of what I do is a coping strategy, what works/doesn't and what areas some support might actually be helpful at work, how best to respond to other people's responses. But I'm getting there now which is good
Hi all! I have just recently been diagnosed through my university but been looking into dyspraxia for a while and, let me just say, it is a bit eerie finding there is a word out there that sums up all the odd quirks and things I've spent my life trying to hide or minimise and feeling quietly ashamed...