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"Brain Training" article not helpful!

I have just read your article "Switch it Up: Reflections".  I'm sure that for many people it would be helpful - if they can get by the frustration of trying to write backwards!  However, as a dyslexic, I have spent a good part of my life trying not to write backwards, let alone getting the letters in the right order!

 

Does this mean that I have I have a natural amount of cognitive reserve?  Or is being able to write normally my way of altering routines? Perhaps a warning should be added to the article advising dyslexics to beware!

In the spirit of full disclosure, this message was accomplished with the many assists from Spellcheck!!

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