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What to ask a question about dyslexia? Go for it

Updated: Nov 21

I often reflect on conversations I have had when I’m out walking and today it was no different.

I was reflecting on a conversation I had recently where someone wanted to ask me a question about #dyslexia but they were worried about upsetting or offending me.

Part of #dyslexiaawareness is about people feeling safe and comfortable to ask questions.

So if you have a #question feel free to reach out to me and ask it. I can’t promise I’ll have the answer but if you are intrigued about something to do with #dyslexia or being #dyslexic I’m happy to help how I can.

Drop me a private message or email me at

Hello@kirstyheap.com

#Reflection #coachinglife #morningroutine #neurodiversity #dyslexicthinking #dyslexiaawareness #dyslexiaeducation


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