- Jan 4, 2019
I was born in 72. I moved in 1979 ( they were teaching it before then). So we were taught (sp) that kind of learning between 1975 and 1978. I wish I were joking. Weirdly, I had a friend who moved (from the same school as me, to the same relocation as me) and he seemed to have no problem moving on from that academic 'situation'/ english language/understanding as me. His parents were academics tho, mine weren't. Not that that should make any difference.what kinda year were they rolling out this pedagogical genius?
yes.ITA yeah I remember now...am only a ferw years older than you but I somehow missed out on that thank fuck...but I remember some grumblings of discontent about ITA, must've been shit as they dumped it quite quickly I'm guessing, bad timing on your part experiencing that at a crucial stage of language development etc!
I don't need to imagine....diagnosed with adhd in my 40's (initially by work collleagues who were astonished I was unaware as it was common knowledge between them lol) and then it all began to make perfect sensefuck me, imagine what it's like to be dyslexic and not have a diagnosis. same for being bipolar or adhd similar.
not really about being undiagnosed, just not being understood.
Much love to you mister, and then someI don't need to imagine....diagnosed with adhd in my 40's (initially by work collleagues who were astonished I was unaware as it was common knowledge between them lol) and then it all began to make perfect sense
Anyway, fuck the 'D' on the end of labels, they aren't "disorders' at all, merely inconvenient variants in the human psyche...