Can dyscalculia really affect our concentration?
Can it be a problem in all of life and not just maths?
I got sent home from my driving lesson today because my concentration went to pot. Granted I may have other things on my mind but I was driving fine and then all of a sudden it was like my brain had shut down and I was driving blind. Completely blind. I nearly crashed. Thing is its not the first time I've been told am driving blind.
Could dyscalculia really be affecting me that badly that...its affecting my ability to drive too?
We've had several Threads here where the members were discussing driving issues. Although I'm a good driver, I am not a 'quick study'. So, if someone had been trying to teach me 'quickly' how to drive, they would have been sadly disappointed. I have to rely on 'muscle memory' to learn things like driving,... that is to say,... I just need to do it over and over, without stress, before it 'sticks'. Each time I repeat a new skill, I relate parts of it with other things that I already know, so that eventually, the new knowledge feels integrated with the old.
I don't have the left/right issues that quite a few forum members have. It seems to me that they are the ones who have had the most difficulty with learning to drive.
Whenever you want to, you can do a word search on this forum, and then you'll find older Threads on this subject and many others. Nice meeting you. - jus'