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    I'm an 18 year old dyspraxic who spent the past four years wondering why I failed in four relationship attempts. Then I suddenly realised that as dyspraxics develop stuff, in particular emotions a lot later than most people so I have only recently got that feeling that I'm finally ready for a relationship a good few years after my non-dyspraxic friends. Have any other dyspraxics had this experience?
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    (Original post by puggypeggycoo)
    I'm an 18 year old dyspraxic who spent the past four years wondering why I failed in four relationship attempts. Then I suddenly realised that as dyspraxics develop stuff, in particular emotions a lot later than most people so I have only recently got that feeling that I'm finally ready for a relationship a good few years after my non-dyspraxic friends. Have any other dyspraxics had this experience?
    Dyspraxia doesnt always effect people emotionally but i dont think any dyspraxics are ever the complete same as each other .
    Mine has no effect on my emotional maturity at all, in fact i ve always been very mature for my age since i was very young.
    It might not necessarily be down to your dyspraxia, especially as not everybody is ready for a serious relationship before 18 so i wouldnt really dwell on it too much
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    As the above poster said, i wouldn't worry about it. Many people don't feel ready for a relationship at that age and the majority of relationships before the age of 18 (especially before 16) aren't proper relationships anyway.


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    True, very true.
 
 
 
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