" On Becoming 17, Glowing, and Struggling to Read”, David Raymond describes how challenging his lifestyle was coping with dyslexia. In a very short age he previously been told that he reads in a last grade level, his classmates had teased and led him to think that having been dumb. During kinder yard he was not able to do a lot of points that different classmates could do like read his own identity, talk along with others youngsters or make friends. Despite the initiatives of their instructors and parents to encourage him to keep striving he constantly doubted him self in paragraph 5th line1, " While i couldn't look at the world on the board they'd say " Come on, David you know the world. ”Only My spouse and i didn't ". David was the target by his peers that got every chance to make fun of him as he displays in passage 5th series 4, " They make fun of me in every opportunity they acquired, asking me personally to cause cat or something like that”. His was forced by his parents to go to a camp for youngsters with browsing disabilities which usually David found later very useful. Looking for answers his father and mother found out that David experienced dyslexia having been very mixed up and uncomfortable with the whole situation as we can see on paragraph 7th, " this didn't support much after they stuck a fancy name into it – I was only in second quality – and I was embarrassed to talk about that ". Seeing that he was diagnosed with dyslexia he had to receive things required for a different way, when he had homework he had to go to special education room to get support or at your home one of his parents will have to read or perhaps record his homework for him to get done. Most along the story David experienced shared with all of us very hard times about his lifestyle, he had struggles with bullies, reading, writing, his individual fears and a disconcerting future. Sadly he had to undergo all as he was a bit kid, spending twice the time to be done with his homework, or perhaps spending time apart from his family to go to a camp or maybe change the simply school that he is aware of since having been a kid.