Overcome Dyslexia Anxiety Quickly and Easily
By using the power of hypnosis you can start to relax around reading and writing
- Are you suffering from dyslexia anxiety and constantly feel concerned with being dyslexic?
- Does it feel like every encounter you have with reading and writing is nothing more than a horrific test of your worth as a person?
Way back in the pre-literate societies certainly there must of been people who were dyslexic, but no one knew, because no one wrote anything down, there wasn’t anything to read, and nobody could have had problems with reading and writing. Perhaps, Happy Days? Then the invention of writing and reading transformed our world so much that we cannot function without it. The two most essential skills are reading and writing, you can throw mathematics in as well, and are taught in every school. As it should be!
Living life with dyslexia can be quite different from those who do not have this condition.
Social anxiety is a common problem for dyslexics. Many people with dyslexia have been bullied in one form or another in school. Living with dyslexia can also cause depression. A person can develop a big fear of reading out loud to others and can play havoc on a person’s self esteem. It can make connections with others quite difficult for some. Having feelings of worthlessness is common. You constantly wonder what people are thinking about you and try very hard to live up to people’s standards.
Many dyslexic people will try to find a job or position that will hide their difficulties. Most will try to hide their dyslexia from friends, coworkers, and even their own family. They frequently will have dyslexic children and experience great guilt from seeing their own child struggling. Trying to read to their own children or trying to help them with their homework brings great insecurities. Dyslexic people tend to be easily distracted and annoyed from noises and many other things in their environment. They may even appear to be ” out of it ” and being unaware that this is happening. Dyslexic people can be easily frustrated, annoyed, or angered. Along with low self esteem and self consciousness it is easy for them to be stressed out and in certain situations quite overwhelmed. They tend to stick with what they now and fear to be in any situation where they feel that they are out of their comfort zone. And this is just a very short list of the problems that dyslexics go through day after day.
Written Words – The Cryptic Code
Few people actually take the time to think about how amazing this thing called ‘writing’ is. These cryptic characters which still pages and computer screens are a code for the concepts and sounds of our spoken language. Each time you look at them, your brain has to decipher the code in order for you to understand the words you are looking at and convert them into speech. If you want to send a message or record something, you need to encrypt your thoughts and put the code down.
Dyslexia Anxiety – The Roots
It’s been only recently that we have begun to figure out the way your brain processes the encoding and decoding that we call ‘reading’ and ‘writing’ is not the same for everyone. For a long time it was widely accepted that anyone who struggled with words and letters after their early schooling simply must be ‘less intelligent’. And people would not hesitate to tell them that, usually in some very harsh terms.
Now sadly, even though the assumption about dyslexia is now understood and earlier thoughts are completely unfounded, it hasn’t gone away entirely. This means that people who are afflicted with dyslexia have a whole different way of processing the written language to non-dyslexics, usually are burdened with emotional and psychological problems all on top of having to struggle more to master all of the necessary skills in the first place.
Unfortunately, if you are dyslexic, you may not be concerned and anxious around the fact in itself, as well as its impact on your life. Also you may have had some very unpleasant experiences associated with reading and writing that will get you worked up intense whenever you have to do reading or writing or both. This makes it particularly hard to make things get any easier.
Dyslexia – The Good News
The good news is, it doesn’t matter how mild or severe your dyslexia affects you, it is actually possible to improve your reading and writing comprehension and fluency. And once you are able to relax and be free from worry and tension, having dyslexia becomes so much easier to have.
And the quickest, most effective, and easiest way to access that liberation and relaxation is by using hypnosis. The Overcome Dyslexia Anxiety Hypnosis MP3 Download has been carefully crafted by our team of four experienced hypnotherapists who are highly trained in this area, which means you are getting the very best self hypnosis available anywhere. With more than 250,000 downloads we can truthfully say ” We Are the Largest Hypnosis Provider in the World ” ! This hypnosis session contains powerful hypnotic suggestions, positive affirmations, and guided visualizations that will easily and quickly help you with your dyslexia anxiety as well as dyslexia in general.
As you listen to this powerful hypnosis session and relax to your download you will notice that:
- generally you become much more relaxed and less anxious
- you begin to feel less bothered by any self doubts
- your mind will become much clearer and better able to process all sorts of information
- you begin to focus calmly on improving your writing skills and reading skills all in the way which works for you
- best of all you will feel so much more confident as well as hopeful about your life in general