Insights To Living With Hearing Loss Site Index
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Hearing Loss and Relationship Stress
Couples with long term relationships, like Barbara Reese, are affected heavily by the onset of hearing loss, because it involves adjusting to a new relationship dynamic. One spouse can begin making assumptions about the person with hearing loss, assigning them characteristics that seem purposefully angry and judgmental and uncooperative. Please CLICK on the following link: Hearing Loss And Relationship Stress
Hearing Loss Is The Silent Killer of Relationships
My recently deceased husband wore hearing aids in both ears. I’m serious when I say they likely saved our marriage. And to be honest, since he lost both of them in the nursing home where he spent his final few weeks, I can’t even be sure he heard me when I told him that I loved him for the last time. Please CLICK on the following link: Hearing Loss Is The Silent Killer Of Relationships
Setting Free Your Hearing Loss Emotions
When first dealing with hearing loss our emotions bounce all over the spectrum. Yet, we often remain very stoic and do not express what we feel or fear. Please CLICK on the following link: Setting Free Your Hearing Loss Emotions
Hearing Loss: When Dinner Is A Disaster
Communicating with someone with hearing loss takes some work, especially in a group situation like a meal. Here Shari Ebert shares her best practice tips for effective communication with someone with hearing loss. Please CLICK on the following link: When Dinner Is A Disaster
Video: Emmanuel's Life With Hearing Loss
The following testimonial on video originated from Hearing Link (www.hearinglink.org), an organization based in the United Kingdom that serves the hearing loss community in a similar manner as the HLAA does in this country. Please CLICK on the following link: VIDEO
Video: Shona's Life With Hearing Loss
Video: Tony & Sue's Life With Hearing Loss
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