Oh.. Yes, I found out when I was entering nursing school. I am use to it by now, but in reality I have to read most things an average of four times. And sometimes I have to get an interpreter to speak it for me. If the English is broken or the thoughts are not complete. Let's say with your statement saying your don't believe something but lacking the information on what you don't believe, it makes it a lot more difficult for me. I have a lot of trouble with reading slang or "Ebonics". I am also notorious for misspelling words. And I am told by experts that this is common in dyslexic people. I rely heavily on word correction modules. I mess up grammar a lot but it's becoming less and less noticeable lately. But.. Yes.. I am pretty dyslexic for real. Not just stating it as an excuse. And I work hard to try to overcome it.