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My daughter told me she's going to be a doctor!

nomudnolotus posted 2/16/2019 00:45 AM

My daughter has dyslexia. She could not read in grade 4. She worked really hard, and learned to read. She then graduated from high school with honours, then university with honours.

There are not really any jobs for someone with an art degree, so she worked part time at a museum, and part time at lens crafters (eye glasses)

Then she decided to become an optician which she's currently in school for whilst still working.

She told me today she's going to keep going and become an eye doctor.

I am so proud of my girl, my heart is bursting!

Superesse posted 2/16/2019 08:31 AM

You have every reason to be proud, that is great!

devotedman posted 2/16/2019 09:11 AM

As someone who used to have two eyes and now has only one, I have a great deal of gratitude and admiration for eye doctors. Good on her!

Ripped62 posted 2/16/2019 09:59 AM

Thanks for such a positive uplifting post about your daughter. Great for her and those of us that require treatment for ourselves and family members.

whoami62 posted 2/16/2019 10:10 AM

This is awesome news !

My step-daughter also is dyslexic and even though it took her a very long time, she recently graduated from nursing school ( BSN )

Passed her N-Clex test 2 weeks ago and is starting her job as an RN this Monday.

None of us thought she would make it, but she did and we are all very happy !
Congratulations to your daughter , and to you

nomudnolotus posted 2/18/2019 02:29 AM

Thank you so much for the responses!

whoami62 congrats to you and your stepdaughter also, you must be so proud!

Chrysalis123 posted 2/20/2019 19:24 PM

Congrats Momma!! How awesome.

steadychevy posted 2/21/2019 07:25 AM

That is just great. Set goals and go after them. Congratulations to your daughter.

1Faith posted 2/21/2019 09:27 AM

AWESOME....

That is great news. You should be very proud.

Gottagetthrough posted 2/26/2019 05:00 AM

Thatís awesome! My son has dyslexia, too. I bet your daughter will be an amazing doctor, and help so many people!

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