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A girlfriend of mine's mother was NOT hard of hearing, but, after she had her voice box removed because of cancer, she had to speak with an electronic laryngectomy speech amplifier. When her mom didn't hold the amplifier properly, my friend couldn't understand her . . . and would YELL at her to move the device. I've also seen/heard people yell at people who were blind as if louder volume would improve vision. Somehow, we "normals" sometimes get our signals crossed.
The real question is: If you have a disability, how can I (able to see and hear normally) "build the bridge"? Cindy has provided the answer.
With your eyes, and your ears, and your heart.
Her background as a librarian shows in the quality of this work too. (No typos, grammatical or punctuation errors, looks like it's been proofread and written by a professional.)
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I really enjoyed this book. It used relatable stories to explain what it is like to be hard of hearing or deaf. I loved the authors nicknames for her kids. Read morePublished 5 months ago by me2
Love this book. Real life experiences & humor! Being deaf for only 2 yrs now, I know I'm not alone with some of the experiences! Easy to read short stories.Published 9 months ago by Nancy Owen
This is a collection of short stories about hearing loss. I have hearing loss and can relate to a few of these stories. Some are funny, some are not. Read morePublished 10 months ago by E. Yost
Great insight with humor to go along. Absolutely recommend this book to anyone who wants to know what it's like to be hard of hearing.Published 14 months ago by Kindle Customer
Thank you for setting people straight. Some people need to pay attention to how they are with others whether they are hearing or deaf/hard of hearing. It is called common courtesy.Published 17 months ago by angelina herrera
a very good book that made me chuckle all the way through, especially as a HOH person i identified with certain situations, please read you will not be disappointed!Published 19 months ago by BEVERLEY PURCHASE
I totally enjoyed this book for the insight and humor expressed. I could relate and I learned a bit too.Published on August 4, 2014 by Patty
I am a deaf person. Definitely let me know I am not alone in my experiences. Helped give me confidence in myself.Published on June 18, 2014 by K. Cole