I came across a repost on Instagram that says as followed: "I feel like it's easier to just identify as deaf because if I say hard of hearing, it gives me too much leeway." "People think I hear more than I actually can." @deafinitelydope This could not be more TRUE. I honestly feel like this … Continue reading Easier To Identify as Deaf
That mom had no idea what she was in for. I was a pretty outgoing little baby with so much to offer until one day she realized I wasn't talking when I should be. I wasn't responding to that clap behind my back. Wait a minute? She's fine. She's just lazy... Remember when I talked … Continue reading That Mom With a Deaf Daughter
She's still searching and always going to be searching. For adventures. To see more of the world. To seek the good in others. To influence others.... Life is always a confusing state. That everything happens for a reason. Take the rejection that seems so big, make it small, and take it with a grain of … Continue reading What I Wished I Told My 15 Year Old Self
Luckily, I was able to take home two hearing aids for two weeks. My first visit involved an audiogram update which has not changed since my last one in 2013. Ha. I still have bilateral profound hearing loss. It's not going anywhere people! Not yet anyways. We discussed hearing aid options and finances. I came … Continue reading Oticon Vs ReSound…Which One Did I Choose?