Does anyone else have symptoms of dyspraxia and/or poor or no sense of direction e.g. when walking or driving. Just the other day I got lost driving when I missed a turn and I wasn't that far from my home, I cant seem to connect or relate routes/roads to a bigger map. Im not much different from the person mentioned in this story: http://http://www.usatoday.com/news/health/painter/2008-10-19-your-health_N.htm Also I find driving a car in general mentally taxing but especially in traffic. Even after driving for over a year I still make silly mistakes such as mis-shifting the gears, moving off in 3rd gear and getting confused when lanes split. When I now think about my life I seem to have many problems that are associated with dyspraxia, heres a few that come to mind: Not learning how to swim, despite going to swimming classes when young Can ride a bicyle but only just (poor balance on taller bicyles) Took over 90hrs of driving lessons before I passed my driving test Generally slow with learning with tying shoe laces and ties (poor motor skills) Problems when standing for a long time since childhood Generally slow with learning new things including remedial classes for reading/langauge Now I know some of these things are normal but it would be interesting to see if other people have the same issues or similar ones.