Hrm. Honestly my teachers told my parents that I probably wouldn't make it out of grade school let alone ever graduate. Sadly, the doctors agreed rattling off a long list of complications and problems one of which was dyslexia.
Now, my teachers are mad at me for not being the valedictorian and call me an underachieving genius. To my face and even worse behind my back. Nothing is impossible. I'm not sure how I over came or learned to cope with that long list but basically I just have themind of a kid all the time taking in each new piece of info in a way that isn't "normal" and holding on to it. English was my biggest problem and I dreaded the ESSAY it was like some sort of monster that got harder as I got smarter. I'm not amazing with writing or the correct gramatical form. But I can do what I need to function.
The best part is, I'm not a miracle. I can read and write and I got bullied a lot (which stopped after I grew up and people became more acceptable individuals) but even now, I mix words up constantly and numbers are bad news but a learning disability is just that. It makes it harder for you to learn something but it doesn't stop you from doing what you love. I see it more as a bonus then an inhibitor. The harder I have to work to learn something, the longer it stays with me.
I read probably 100x as many childrens picture books then any other kid in grade three but eventually I read enough of them that I could make sense of things and read (slowly) and with a lot of effort then even that bacame easy (er) Now, I'm graduated highschool and I read 900 page novels as easily as any childrens picture book (if not as fast) and I read just as fast if not faster then average and I love writing. I'm not pefect at any of these things but I love them and don't mind working at them. Who knows, someday I might publish a book if I ever find enough time to sort out all of the ideas swarming the corners of my brain into a good solid storyline. (Not my story but a fantastic fiction when finished properly.)
Noone in this world who matters asks someone to be perfect. Noone in this world who is perfect matters. So, just do your best, be yourself and don't ever limit yourself. As a result life will be harder, more enjoyable, and worth every living minute.