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    Oral Verbal communication
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    what are you trying to say?
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    Neither really. In my head I want to say this and I say that. I want to write this and in my head it makes sense, apparently, it makes zero sense at all.

    And that is what happens when you're Autistic and have Auditory Processing Disorder. (I don't process sound properly)
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    Verbal, I m dyslexic and dyspraxic, occasionally on a really bad day I sound a lot more articulate when speaking but can't come out with a decently punctuated paragraph.
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    Written. I am a pro at writing emails, but **** at essays.
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    visual communication....pictures/words I find best to understand something
    physical communication....kinesthetic I find best to learn something
    auditory communications....listening I find best to remember something
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    A lot of people can't understand my accent and dialect when I speak and it doesn't help that I swear a lot when I talk about something I'm passionate about ot trying to get across

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