LOL<quoted text>Um, no, it's called a disability for a specific reason. Overcoming it only overcomes it, and forces you to waste a lot of learning resources to do that, placing you behind in almost all other scholarly pursuits. A person with dyslexia operates at about 10% lower IQ than they actually have, because of the dyslexia. A larger brain doesn't mean more intelligence either, moron.
Read the FACTS
Pointing out that I have dyslexic
Is a complement. Thank you.
Dyslexic The Genesis disease.
Facts are that people with Dyslexic have bigger brains. And most Genesis have Dyslexic.
Dyslexia - The Strange Genius Disease
Dyslexic people are intuitive, highly intelligent and creative individuals who are visual, multi-dimensional thinkers. But because they think in pictures, they have troubles when it comes to letters, numbers, symbols, and written words.
Dyslexics have a larger brain than "normal" people. It is about 10% larger in the right hemisphere.