I'm pre diagnosing myself with dysgraphia. Since I can't write well even if I tried. If I make it readable I have to go super slow to the point where I get behind, which is no good. The adults around me are just saying your lazy and its all because you slacked off in elementary school. And they are treating it like its no big deal when it is. My english grade is suffering. Since i'm unable to type all of my assignments. And everyone else has beautiful handwriting that I covet. Recently my hand writing has gotten progressively worse. And when I was trying to make it neat. The neatness didn't really happen. I can't really draw that well. Which is allso a symptom. If I go real slow then I get somewhere art wise. I allso pre-diagnosed myself with aspergers syndrome. I beleave that I have adopted an odd pencil grasp. Here is where the questions come in.
What can I do to convince my mom and my grandma that I can't help my writing skills?
Where can i go to get it offically diagnosed?
What do you other dysgraphia suffers do to cope with your disorder?
Is it really me slacking off in elementary school that could of caused it?
How many of you out there got diagnosed with it?
Any other philosophies that are worthy to be shared?