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WHAT IF LIFE WAS EASIER EVERY DAY?
Instead of negative experiences and feeling low, there would be self-love, self-compassion, and self-belief.
Instead of having dyslexia run your life, there are processes and methods to deal with what’s ahead.
That’s Dyslexia Liberation.
Own your journey.
Being able to rewrite your story.
Without stressing about misspellings.
That is what I help my clients to do.
I am dyslexic and I believe dyslexia is a feature, not a limitation.
Dyslexia was giving me daily stress. Coaching by Mallu was transformative and helped me navigate day-to-day tasks with ease. I’m better in tune with my strengths and weaknesses. I also sleep better.
Mallu is an exceptional coach with intuitive and wise guidance; she gets in tune with her clients, really listens to their deepest needs at the time, and gently helps them pull on these gifts and truths so as to be nurtured and loved.
I hated dyslexia. That was my starting point when working with Mallu. Now? I'm OK with being dyslexic. If someone had told me that a few months ago, I would have laughed them off as crazy. Fine. Very crazy.
Hi– I’m Mallu Moilanen, the Dyslexia Liberator. I help dyslexic adults to live with dyslexia, not against it.
Being dyslexic is not an easy feat.
We are taught to lead a non-dyslexic life.
That puts us in a place where the negative aspects of dyslexia show up often.
We don’t ask how we could have less brain overload or short-term and working memory issues.
We don’t ask how we could have made it easier to follow directions and schedules.
We don’t ask how we could have fewer misunderstandings with non-dyslexics.
We don’t ask how we could have it easier with stigma.
Sometimes we just want to have an easy day.
Liberation to own your dyslexia.
Liberation to own your journey.
Liberation to love your brain.