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A Disability That Does Not Count

Dyspraxia is hard to diagnose, more common than people realize, and affects every aspect of my life

Photo: Dina Belenko Photography/Moment/Getty Images

A couple of years ago, I was sitting outside a bar in Victoria, London, with a pretty Australian girl from Victoria, Australia.

Conversation was flowing when I noticed that my hands had turned blue, the dye from my new…

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Ronan J. O'Shea

Ronan J. O'Shea

Writer. Author of Bad Bread, Good Blues and Murphy Who Talks.

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