Also - we have these big open wounds sometimes it’s good to know you’re more sensitive to things like being told you’re difficult to understand via text.That person would probably say that to anyone and isn’t a dog at your dyslexia.
Dating a dyslexic
In that way, dyslexia can show you the kind of person you really don't want to be very quickly efficiently, if you can spot it for what it is when it happens. If you run into people who are just intolerant of your learning differences and can't get beyond them, then good bet that person is not going to be a great partner long term.
You need a lot of understanding and flexibility (goes both ways of course) over the long term..
If you’re not sure how to spell something just type how you think it’s spelled into google and that should correct it for you.
Look for definitions to make sure it’s the word you want to use. I have a tendency to use this like a crutch and really I’m the only person who can understand it.
If someone was outright put off, I'd probably have tried to educate them for a while, then go back and reassess my interest in them if they didn't seem to be evolving their viewpoint.
But I'm confident you will eventually (sooner than you might think) find someone who is actually interested/fascinated/charmed by your learning difference (don't forget there are BENEFITS and big POSITIVES to the difference) and they will see it all as part of what makes you appealing to them.
He’s always thought those were “cute” - or he had a good way of making light of it.
He always laughs or we talk it out what I’m trying to remember. Identical mistakes could be seen as a funny accident to one person, or a lazy, irresponsible, impolite showing of your lack of interest in the relationship to a different person.
As someone suggested already, use your phones calendar to set reminders for everything... And hopefully that will be seen as love coming from you to them. They'll see that your trying (for them) almost constantly..