Dyslexia Doesn't Stop Me from Being Great

Estella Dior is breaking down the myths about dyslexia

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and girls, contributed to an anthology, Everyday Grace, Everyday Miracles, written a own novel, Crowned, and I am an award-winning member of Toastmasters International.

As a dyslexic person, I understand that the learning process is ongoing. Though there is no cure, I continuously strive to improve. With support, patience and understanding, any person with dyslexia can succeed.

For more information on dyslexia, please visit the National Center for Learning Disabilities.

--As told to Dawn Michelle Hardy