Entries by Jesper Sehested

Friends and Family Are the Best Supporters

Over the past few blog posts I have spoken about different forms of supports that I received and that I find useful to help people with dyslexia and dyspraxia. I spoke to you about the supports I got in college such as Larry my amazing note taker, or the extra tutorials/grinds I got free of […]

Telling my Boss about my Difficulties

A few weeks ago I wrote the blog ‘A job that play to your strengths‘ where I spoke about starting a new job and the highs and lows as a result of my difficulties I had discovered in my first 5 weeks there. One of the main issues to come out of that blog was the […]

A Job that Plays to Your Strengths

My last blog posts told the story of my life from primary school, Secondary school up until my graduation in October just gone. Today I’m going to talk about the past few weeks of my life. Those of you that have been following my blog may remember just before Christmas I wrote the blog entitled ‘Work, support and […]

College: It’s hard, but you can do it!

This is the 7th post of a serie of 12 by Marc from Ireland who struggles with dyslexia. Over my last 3 blog posts I have spoken about my life in primary school and the challenges I faced as a result of suffering from dyslexia and dyspraxia and due to the fact I was not […]

Primary School, foundation and challenges

This is the 4th post of a serie of 12 by Marc from Ireland who struggles with dyslexia. As promised I am going to talk about the years of my life that were primary school. These are the ones I least enjoyed and find it difficult to go back to. Primary school is designed to […]

Work, Support and Fear of Failure

This is the 3rd post of a serie of 12 by Marc from Ireland who struggles with dyslexia. So far I have spoke about my background and why I decided to start this serie of blog posts, I did a difficult post which outlined all my difficulties and how they affect me and I even did […]

You are not the only one with dyslexia

This is the 1st post of a serie of 12 by Marc from Ireland who struggles with dyslexia. I am Marc from Ireland and I am dyslexic. I have just started writing about my dyslexia and to be honest with you I’m struggling already. I have had 4 tabs open on my laptop for the past […]