when he’s “student” and you’re “teacher”, he can tug at the dad and the friend role in you when frustrated but at school he can’t .

Some of the difficulty learning at home from you away from school might also be role differences: he’s “son” you’re “dad”, and he’s “friend” and you’re “friend”, but when he’s “student” and you’re “teacher”, he can tug at the dad and the friend role in you when frustrated but at school he can’t .

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Makes sense. I don’t think I’m dyslexic, although my mother is. Yet at the same time, there _are_ some occasions where I’ve done dyslexia-type things. I do have some kind of thing while speaking: spoonerisms are something I commonly do or used to and when I’m writing quickly, words sometimes show up out of order or I make strange substitutions when writing quickly.

So, might not be dyslexia for me, but I think we all have some sort of quirks in any case.

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