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my friend jonny has got a learning difficulty and dosent accept that he has..i notice that he has but am to afraid to discuss it with him..what should i do??
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my friend jonny has got a learning difficulty and dosent accept that he has..i notice that he has but am to afraid to discuss it with him..what should i do??
ooooo i hav 1 2!
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and what are you doin bout it
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You have to help you friend even though he want accept it! I know its gonna be hard on you but you have to.
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and what are you doin bout it
to be honest with you i think unregisterddx is only messing around by the way he/she said oooooooooooh
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I dont give him the benefit of the doubt
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mine was andy 123 and its now wendyl i just registered..its got realy bad lately..he finds it really hard to spell even his own name
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i can a learning dissablitie. i think that i have disleskies (see, i can't spell it). and i also have another condition called neurofibromatoses (NF for short).
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mine was andy 123 and its now wendyl i just registered..its got realy bad lately..he finds it really hard to spell even his own name
But does he know that he has a porblem and can he accept that
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mine was andy 123 and its now wendyl i just registered..its got realy bad lately..he finds it really hard to spell even his own name
well why don't you give him some of the help that you think he needs if he wont accept help from others he may accept them from his friends!
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(Original post by LadyFadge)
But does he know that he has a porblem and can he accept that
it's a guy thing. some guys just refuse to except that they have a problem, and don't want help. why do you think we won't stop to ask directions.
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it's a guy thing. some guys just refuse to except that they have a problem, and don't want help. why do you think we won't stop to ask directions.
Yeah i understand that but surely it is better to have help and lose a bit of pride then not have help and lose more pride
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my friend jonny has got a learning difficulty and dosent accept that he has..i notice that he has but am to afraid to discuss it with him..what should i do??
It must be wonderful to be able to diagnose someone with a learing difficulty without having to use all those cumbersome tests the professionals have to use. :rolleyes:
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It must be wonderful to be able to diagnose someone with a learing difficulty without having to use all those cumbersome tests the professionals have to use. :rolleyes:
yeah but sometimes you can tell when someone needs help!
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yeah but sometimes you can tell when someone needs help!
There is a huge difference between needing help and telling someone they have a learning difficulty - I'm not surprised he doesn't want to know
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those tests are brill. they get u out of lessons. i have had to have extra help since i started school.
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There is a huge difference between needing help and telling someone they have a learning difficulty - I'm not surprised he doesn't want to know
i can see where your coming from maybe it was a bit harsh
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those tests are brill. they get u out of lessons. i have had to have extra help since i started school.
is that the only reason you liked them...not because they helped your education?!!
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thats not what i ment. the tests make the work easilyer.

i.e. instead of doing tiganomertry in maths, you will do basic algerbra.
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thats not what i ment. the tests make the work easilyer.

i.e. instead of doing tiganomertry in maths, you will do basic algerbra.
i understand how did you do in your GCSE's then?!?
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