Count the blessings!
I have a feeling that when I was in school, I may have been ADHD and clearly had some level of dyscalculia. To my good fortune the world I grew up in did not pay too much attention to identifying problems in children but rather focused on trying to focus on what they could do better. Our parents and educators were also accepting of the fact that all students need not do well in all subjects and get super grades in all subjects. The world was simpler, and
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