Dyslexia's super powers build confidence in my child

My daughter Ruby was about 3 years old when I first began to observe her emotional intelligence. During play dates and in her preschool school classroom, she would rush to comfort the distressed. She had a knack for seeking out the child who was being left out or the one who was upset. Since preschool at parent-teacher conferences, each one of Ruby’s teachers have commented on her helpfulness and good citizenship. The level of kindness she demonstrates is remarkable for her age. This might sound like a parent brag, but the point I am making is, one of her gifts or super powers is in the emotional area. All children have super powers in some area or another. In schools, some children’s super

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