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When you are struggling to help your child with dyslexia and you aren’t sure of the next step, do you turn to your two friends: (1) Google and (2) social? Yep, I know. I’ve been there! I’ve spent many hours of my journey with both. I don’t know about you, but many times I leave my social accounts feeling more overwhelmed and frustrated. That’s one of the many reasons that I started the podcast ~ to save you time from the minefields. You’re welcome!
Do you find that you are overwhelmed with all the advice you are finding on the Internet about dyslexia? What about your social groups? Facebook groups can be a great place to meet other moms on this journey. But, if you start to feel overwhelmed or find that you are relying on others to determine your next steps, then take a few minutes to listen to this week’s episode to learn how to navigate all of the advice. As moms, it’s important to find a tribe and community. It’s also important to know that advice from others is often shared from their personal perspectives. Tune in to this episode to learn 5 things to think about before taking action on Google and social advice. You will be glad that you did! Promise.
You Got This!
What you’ll learn from this episode
- 5 things to keep in mind when asking for advice on social media and Internet searches
- How to determine your child’s dyslexia severity and why you need to know this
- How to feel less overwhelmed on your dyslexia parenting journey
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