On the LAST day of letter writing....

Brynley’s roommate reached out to us to request words of encouragement for her. She wrote:  

“Brynley is having a hard time adjusting to life at college. She is very anxious when it comes to social situations, work, and especially school.

Brynley has dealt with dyslexia all of her life, but has never gotten a diagnosis for it. She struggled through all of elementary, middle, and high school and persevered despite her difficulties. In High School, she would have her mom read her textbooks, but otherwise she did it all alone. Now that she's at college, she is having a harder time doing so much school in such a short amount of time. She has tried to reach out to the Disabilities Resource Center, but has had a hard time because she is not diagnosed. I think she needs some encouragement regarding her disability and how she can possibly make this transition a little easier.

Brynley wants to be social, but has a hard time with social boundaries, like the usual length of conversations, and how animated one should be when having a regular conversation. Sometimes she speaks for long periods of time, and people get disinterested. Other times she is overly animated and people get scared away. Brynley needs some love, explaining that it's okay to be an introvert who has a hard time speaking to others. She deserves to feel like she is welcome, and needs to know that it's okay to feel anxious. Brynley deserves to be loved and reminded that being quirky and different is okay! Help me show her that!”

Join us in showing Brynley that she is loved + being quirky can be awesome!


Brynley’s bundle

℅ Bethany N.

780 E 1000 N Apt. 28

Logan, UT 84321