If you don’t know anyone with Dyspraxia, there’s a lot of little things that you probably take for granted; you can write, tie your shoelaces, generally don’t lose everything the moment you put it down, and the only people you can picture struggling with these tasks are children. Dyspraxia is generally known for being something which causes kids to struggle at school. These days we mostly just let them use a laptop, and realise that they’re never going to write legibly or be fantastic at sports. There’s no real cure or treatment for it, nobody really knows what causes it, and once someone leaves school is something that is almost completely forgotten about. That doesn’t mean it goes away though – someone with Dyspraxia might find ways to cope with it, but they’ll have it their entire lives. It’s actually a pretty big deal, even if it’s something a lot of people never even realise they have, being an invisible disability. Dating someone with Dyspraxia can be a challenge, but there’s some really sweet upsides that more than make up for it. Lets take a look at 15 examples of the things you learn when dating a Dyspraxic.