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My wife, her mother, her son & daughter, twin granddaughters, her daughter's children all have it, whatever "it"is, Always are uncertain which way to turn at intersections.Seem to be of above-average intelligence in other areas and extreme motivation in all areas; work, athletically, creatively.Directions are to me what words are to the severely dyslexic. I can't answer this but I have the same problem as you.It is beyond a bad sense of direction - and people find it hard to believe that I can be so bad!SPECULATIVE SCIENCEMy sense of direction is poor to the point of being ridiculous - far beyond what most people mean when they say they have a poor sense of direction.I have to do even the shortest journeys 10-20 times before I can remember the way, and I can easily get confused going from one room to another in a large house.
Just as persistent inability to get 'i' and 'e' in the right order might be considered part of a dyslexic spectrum, inability to use directions or remember a route might be part of the dyspraxic spectrum. It's very difficult having something approaching half a brain and able to converse reasonably sensibly - and yet when trying to find my way around in relatively new places all I seem to have in my head is a vast expanse of nothing.It can get dangerous at times, like when I end up in a scary section of town, even when I'm in my own hometown.One consistency I notice with people who complain about the "lack of sense of direction" is the above average intelligence with other spheres in life.BUT I can't seem to find my way around - even though I know it should be a quite simple matter? Of late I've been trying to consciously memorise the intersections, turns etc during journeys but sometimes if the journey is too long I can hardly remember half of it at the end... I have a horrific sense of direction and i thought it was just me.I'm certain that I have direction dyslexia now that I know more of it. I didn't know had this problem until I began driving 35 years ago. :( I have problems with parking a car as I sometimes can't distinguish between turning left and right. I was lost yesterday going home from a concert and I was so embarrassed and upset over it. I have always had these problems too.now having passed my driving test and moved to a new town.is a nightmare.