A – Z of Living with Dyspraxia O is for Optimistic
O is for Optimistic
When living with dyspraxia it is easy to become dejected and isolated and to concentrate on the negative aspects of living with dyspraxia. People with dyspraxia can also find it easy (not always) to highlight the positive.
That is why the A – Z of Living with Dyspraxia O is for Optimistic. That’s because despite any challenges the majority of people with dyspraxia or driven and determined and in turn are optimistic.
When living with dyspraxia it is not uncommon to suffer from depression and anxiety, two conditions that in a particular environment, can be crippling, but when living with dyspraxia every cloud has a silver lining.
A word of warning, however, when living with dyspraxia a dyspraxic person should be careful not to get too high when optimistic because a sudden tumble can lead to a sensation of rejection or isolation.
Concentrate on the positive aspects of your life and the things you’re good at and enjoy doing. Bare in mind your weakness but always remind your strengths and play to them.
If you are doing what you’re good at it is near impossible not to be optimistic about life.
O is for Optimistic because despite the negativity people living with dyspraxia might feel they can also be eternally optimistic.