Poor reading and writing
The expectation that reading, writing and spelling should be something everyone can master has only been with us for a century or so. Historically, 90% of people were perfectly happy to live without literacy. So our brains have never really developed a neurological system that allows us to acquire reading skills that easily.
Fortunately, most of us manage to adapt and are able to learn how to read and write. However around 10% of us aren’t so lucky. If you’re one of them, you know what it’s like…you guess at words…letters blur or move around on the page… you swap letters around…you track each word with your finger…you write as little as possible. You do anything to avoid embarrassing situations that involve opening a book or putting pen to paper.
The good news is that the Dore Programme, through exercise, should certainly improve your brain’s literacy skills, which will start to make everything else in your life that much easier – from being more self-assured to achieving more at work or school.