Mental Disabilities: dyslexia
<Tab/>Dyslexia is a disease that targets the brain. An easy way to explain it is that your eye is like a camera. The camera only takes the picture like the eye, the film in the camera is sent to the developing studio, which is like the eye sending the picture to the brain. Then when they give you back the photo, you can understand the color and detail, that's like when your brain finally processes the information and makes sense out of it. When you have dyslexia, your brain doesn't process the picture from your eye fully so you can't really understand what you're se…
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