Ms. D.’s Courage

Much of my life I have lived in fear, you see my dyslexia caused me to see the world from a lens of being less and needing to prove myself to others. Always seeking approval or assurances of my competency at school and work. This fearful life pattern was terribly disruptive to many of my relationships as I did not always see myself as an equal. This perception of how things were to go was inhibiting me from being my real self, and taking charge of who I was with confidence.