Raise of your hands if u have seen "like stars on earth"... Put ur hands down...for those that didn't raise their hands u should see that movie... Its an Indian movie about a boy that was finding it difficult to read or write, according to him the letters were always dancing...
The movie made me remember a younger me. When I was a kid,I had the worst hand writing(I still do,I used my writing book till j.s.s3), I just don't understand my queen premier, math was a big problem for me. The only period I enjoyed primary school was when I was in kindergarten(jelosimi) and that's because the only thing we did was sleep,play and sing.
After school hours was the worse period of the day, because I would have to do my assignments,the morning of school days was a different ball game (I made it my duty to show everyone I meet on the road I was forced to go to school)I became a charity case, women would give me money or biscuit when they see me throw my tantrums.
The turning point for me however was when I attended a wedding. I don't have a very vivid recollection of that day but I was the lil bride. I loved the attention showered on the bride then I decided I don't need to go to school, all I need do was to marry a fine husband and everyone would be happy with me,I was furiously happy. After the couple exchange their vow, all hell broke loose in my head, I could not believe what was happening(it was time to sign the marriage certificate)my lil mind thought the wife was taking some kind of english test,I lapsed into a full-scale psychological meltdown. My collective frustrations burst forth from my tiny body like bees from a nest that had just been pelted with a rock. I have no choice than to learn how to write.
Not long after the wedding incident, I began to perform well in my exams,soon I didn't need help with my assignment. I did my common entrance exam when I was in primary 4 .
Now am confused was I dyslexic or just unmotivated? And guys were you brilliant right from the beginning or was 2+2 =22 for a while like in my case. let's talk!