Ditte Julie Jensen, who was known in large parts of Denmark for its participation in the DR program 'The big bagedyst', has been running on fumes the last few years.
In just three years, she published six cookbooks about cakes and desserts.
But getting there has definitely not always been easy for bagedronningen. She is dyslexic, and therefore, it has been a great personal challenge for her to make the books.
she talks about in tonight's edition of the TV3 programme 'To dinner with...', where she is the protagonist.
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- I've written six books in three years, and it is absolutely crazy. I understand it is also not completely even. One thing is that I have written the books, but it has also been the biggest barrier for me ever, " she says, and goes on to tell the guests about his dyslexia:
It occurred to me in no ways natural to write the books. I have been tested a lot in my young days to be dyslexic, which makes that when I published my first book that I broke completely together. Think that I might be allowed to call myself a writer on the basis of that I'm so bad at typing as I in reality, she says.
Ditte Julie Jensen is dyslexic, and writing books has been a big challenge for her. Photo: Private
The fact that she did not always have easy words, proper punctuation and spelling is, however, not gone to her thousands of følgeres noses over, and it has led to, that she at times got very hard words.
- at the Time I started the blog and became public on the social media that I was the sablet down. Running the threads on my pictures because people were provoked by my way to write on. I was missing commas, present-r and so on, " she says, and continues:
- In fact, I do not think that it was meant as offensive, but I took it enormously into because it is something I have struggled with always. I have always felt her, the stupid, and I was so afraid that people would find out how stupid I really was.
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As a consequence of the tough messages sought Ditte Julie Jensen professional help to learn how to handle his dyslexia and the challenges that come with it.
I took it enormously close, and I also hit a wall. I was going to have to seek help and work with myself, she says in the program.
- today, I have learned to love all my weaknesses, for I have found out that it is my greatest strengths. And I like to grow, when now I have a voice on social media, " she stresses.
the Extra Leaf has been in contact with Ditte Julie Jensen, who informs that she did not have any further comments to the program before she even seen it on Wednesday night.
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