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Everyone has strengths and weaknesses but as a child its hard to deal with your weaknesses Its not until you grow up and realize that you have to use your strengths to overcome your weaknesses Combining logic with technology can be a useful tool For me it was the way to overcome my disability Early on in my education I encountered learning disabilities These learning disabilities included reading spelling grammar and difficulty in time writing reports These learning disabilities have frustrated me I wondered Why couldnt I do this I knew that I had the intelligence but I just could not finish the assignments I would then become angry My anger sometimes led me to break pencils and throw them across my room The basis of my learning disabilities I discovered was in transferring my thoughts and ideas from my head to paper Reading was also a challenge for me in the early grades I never had trouble understanding stories themselves but when I had to answer questions about what I had read I often had difficulty formulating an answer Another major issue I had was the slow pace of my work In elementary school I usually didnt finish my homework until 10 oclock at night Other students in my grade were finished by 7 oclock Although this was difficult for me to deal with I did not let it stop me from completing my homework Originally I felt sorry for myself I believed that I would never overcome these problems This led me to complain how unfair it was Perhaps I thought someone did not want me to succeed Word processing was a huge benefit to me in overcoming my learning disabilities Before I had a desktop computer I had great difficulty writing reports This was due to the fact that I had to type up my reports using a typewriter After every sentence my mother had to check my spelling Due to
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