Robbed Of Self Resulting To Learning Disabilities

To understand learning disabilities we must understand that teaching and teachers play a large part in the miscommunication. We expect our self to behave a certain way, while others expect us to act or behave in accordance to standards.

The process demolishes our own individuality, since we are expected to believe and think like the majority, (society) thus robbing humankind of his own individuality.

As children, we are taught first by our parents who often make mistakes in teaching us since they were taught to think a certain way by their parents. We can see the pattern continues by looking back through the vicious cycle of humankind upbringing.

While we were provided guidelines to follow someone skipped track, put a thought in other people’s head and this vicious cycle landed on learning disabilities and ADHD Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorders.

Learning disabilities have extended to the so-called normal minds and reaching the mental ill. The exceptions are most mental ill individuals can see truths that the so-called normal fails to see, yet they are forced to believe and think in a way that pleases the majority.

The mentally ill often have difficulty because schools, government leaders, society, law and others teach them that a lie will go further than the truth. How can we defeat this vicious cycle and help a person learn how to react to his own individuality.

Each of us has our own opinions, theories, guesses, philosophy, and even answers to the way we believe. Beliefs are our foundation that is broken once teaching and learning begins. A young child will have often observed others closely since children a less susceptible to intense stress in most instances.

Even if a child suffers intense stress it does not mean that, the child does not observe what other people do in life. Examples then are another obstacle that gets in the way of learning.

A child may observe his parents examples, but he will also watch everyone that his eyes can see. We have aunts, uncles, grandparents, teachers, friends, and so many other people that play a role in learning disabilities. Since the majority rules our lives we have little hope of demolishing learning disabilities, but we do have ways to cope.

First step of the rule is that we all know the ten commandments and it is promoted by government, schools, teachers, parents, and even friends the probably is not everyone adheres to the demands. This means we all have learning disabilities to a degree.

Since we all have bosses over us it makes it difficult to comply with the natural instincts we were given at birth. Learning is a process and understanding who we are is the first step to learning effectively.

Let’s drop all the influences and focus on our self to grab hold of what we already know is fact. The best tool for learning self is self-talk. Self-talk is helpful since the tool allows us to ask questions and find answers from out minds, including the subconscious and conscious mind, as well as help us to understand our emotions.

The emotions are where fear lies, but the subconscious mind has the answers to all our fears. Self-talk frees us from influences that could put doubt in our minds when we are thinking correctly. Even if you have Attention Deficit Hypertension Disorder (ADHD), it is possible to learn by understanding who you are.

While you are, self-talking ask yourself what it is that you believe.

How does your thinking differ from other people? Do you have evidence firmly gathered to stand firm with what you feel, think, and believe?

If you have the facts then no one can divert you to their way of thinking providing you stand firm and do not falter. Once you have your checklist, including your beliefs, thoughts, feelings, anger, teachings, understanding, facts and so on checked off you can weed through the list to find out more about your self and help the teachers find a way to help you learn more effectively.

Learning disabilities is misunderstood, since we all have a disability to a large degree. Finding out that we are the most valuable source for helping others to understand how we learn individually.

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