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Hi. I'm Stewart.

Wanted to learn BSL for a long time. My wife works in Mental Health and knows it well. So she inspired me a bit. I'm actually autistic and have ADHD. Sounds, noise, even people speaking can give me headaches so I just want to learn a different language, a silent language. 

When we learn a new language, our thinking and minds change, our brains learn new connections which helps us grow. So I believe learning a new language is also good for well-being and mental health.

So wish me luck! Thanks.

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