Why do people with language disabilities have a hard time reading?

This is a story about a disabled person.

I am a disabled child.

And I have a very hard time understanding the words and sentences that are spoken in our home, my family.

The words and the sentences that my father would say in his mind and in his thoughts, and the words my mother would say, and what his thoughts would be.

We can’t read that, we can’t hear that, so we’re not getting that information, I think.

And we’re hearing it because our brains are not wired to process that information.

I think that’s why we have these kinds of difficulties in reading, because the information we’re receiving doesn’t match what our brains really are hearing.

It doesn’t feel right.

I’m not going to go into that further, but I’m asking, What are we hearing?

And it’s not right, because we don’t understand the information that we’re seeing.

This is not a diagnosis of any kind, because I’m just trying to give you a perspective that’s not necessarily based on a clinical diagnosis.

So, I’m here to help you understand what you’re hearing.

And that’s really not my area.

And so, I just want to try to share with you what you need to know, because this is a real, real challenge that we face in this country, and it’s just a fact.

So I’m going to share my experiences and try to help people understand, because it’s so important.

And let me tell you, it is not something that we see in the movies or TV, so it’s something that is very real.

This really is not about a diagnosis.

This has been happening in my family for years.

It’s not something you’re going to see in a movie or TV show.

So this is not that diagnosis.

But it’s also not something we see that is really common.

And you might not have heard of it.

This problem is a reality in the world.

And the way that we think about this is that we’ve created a system that is not really designed for this type of situation.

It is designed for us, and we are the ones that have to deal with it.

And this is why people with disabilities, and all of us with disabilities are struggling.

So the reason why I’m coming to you, is that this is something that you are going to have to face in your life, because you’re not going out and being a good person, you’re doing what’s best for you, you know?

And that is to do the best you can for yourself and your family.

And it is something you are not going be able to solve.

And if you’re feeling hopeless, that’s fine, you can feel hopeless, but it is going to take a lot of effort to find ways to overcome this.

But we’re here to make it better.

And hopefully, you’ll be able, when you’re ready, to be able just to do it.

So please, come to me and I’ll be your therapist.

This may not be a diagnosis, but there are some things you need in order to get through this.

You might have a problem with reading, you might have problems with speaking, or you might be dealing with a language barrier.

But the important thing to remember is that you have a lot to learn, and you have to start now, because there’s not a lot that you can do right now.

So what you do is try to read a book or watch a movie, but if you are having problems with those things, it’s important to find a way to get the information, because your brain is not wired for that, and so you might need to figure out ways to read the information.

So there are a lot more things that you need, because as we all know, we have so much more to learn.

So we can learn from each other.

We have so many different ways of talking, and listening, and understanding, and working together, and doing everything that we can.

And as we do that, it can make our world a better place.

So come and join us, because our job is not just to give advice, but to get you the help that you really need.

This interview has been edited and condensed for clarity.