Will children with dyslexia live a normal life?
What is "normal?" Does anybody live a normal life? A normal person is someone that you haven't gotten to know. I am a child with dyslexia, and despite the fact that I'm a third-generation queer pagan unschooler, and the fact that I have the most severe dyslexia of any under 18-year-olds in America as of 2007, I lead a perfectly "normal" life. I am writing this post with voice recognition software, which is, I grant you, not "normal," but I have learned coping techniques for my dyslexia, surrounded myself with people who are understanding and loving, and personally, I have come to grips with the fact that I will always rely on others for certain things. I certainly don't live a "normal" life, but it is a joyful one. There are many struggles with having severe dyslexia, one of which is seeing your peers grow up around you, begin to read and write on their own, and realize that you are still at the same place you used to be, that is one of the hardest things.
I plan to start my own business, continue my work with activism, and possibly go to Africa as a humanitarian aid worker in the region of Darfur, none of these are normal goals, but they are all attainable, even with my dyslexia.
This makes me smile, thinking about what the definition of "normal" is...(conforming to the social standard)... regardless, the answer my heart wants to shout is YES!, People with autism CAN live a 'normal' life, they CAN have happiness, they CAN have relationships, some will get married and have children and have productive jobs. There are those who will always need help of course and then hope there is that they have a strong family and…
The keyword to Russian family life is dependence. The family life is built on dependence, and Russians are attached to their family members. The roots of this situation are in the way of being. Russians live in small apartments in large blocks, with 2-3 generations living together. It's normal when grown single children live with parents, and even when married children with spouses stay with one of the parents
children just go to school and live normal life but you know children that are very poor have to work at an early age instead of going to school.but others just play and have fun with their friends when they are out of school. *p.s. they also do homework and play sports just like children from other countries*
Why are there so many problems or obstacles in my house if my children and I try to live a normal life?
They can be part of society if you accept them for what they are. Autism has always been treated by parents and other people as a tragedy. Austic children do learn to become normal because if they've been bullied or judged all their life. Most autistic children will learn to communicate and be independent when they get older. Some children with autism may not speak at all, but they can learn independence and how to…