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If you have dyslexia, your family can be a very important source of help. They can help you cope with your problems. They can help you with exercises to make reading easier. They can offer patience and understanding. They can give emotional support.

Yet a family can also make things harder. Some families don't understand the problem of dyslexia. Some refuse to accept it. Others don't know how to help.

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