A place to talk about your experience of living with Dyspraxia
Moderator: Moderator Team
5 posts • Page 1 of 1
The weird part is that the Dyspraxic Teens site I went to as a kid was really popular, but now it's totally dead. I met lots of amazing people there. One of the girls wrote a book about Dyspraxia that's excellent, in fact - I think she was called Vicky something. It's strange how the trajectory seems in a decline on the two forums.allesandro wrote:I visit the site every day as well. I don't think it's futile. If just a couple of people would agree to visit the site every day and contribute, I think this site could thrive.
I am trying to visit every day when I remember. The more people who do that, the quicker the website will get more popular, due to more active conversation driving more people to stick around as well.
By the way, I did post that thread about Discord, as it'd be cool if we could get a few people to chat in one of those at some point too.