A major set-back can really slap down your self-esteem but, as others have said, it'* not a failure until you give up. So, don't let this setback do that to you...get back in there and fight for what you want.
My son was diagnosed with learning disabilities when he was quite young. I was told that if I was very lucky, he just might be able to live in a group home some day. Well, we weren't going to have his fate sealed at that early age, so with a lot of hard work on everyone'* part...he attended college, is holding down two jobs, is married, out on his own with two children so, don't let labels get to you either. What you do is find your strong points in your learning process. For some it'* doing, others reading, and still others learn better by hearing (having it read to them rather than reading it).
The last I heard, no one really knows what causes the many forms of "learning disabilities" so don't blame yourself there, either.
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