I can’t pinpoint my loss. All I know is turning up the volume doesn’t always help. Before hearing aids I laughed a lot. People would get offended. I wasn’t laughing at them. I was laughing at the ridiculous translations of sound my brain would come up with. The wrong word choices made no sense. I know my friend recently got a Nice I Am Not Crazy I Am A Limited Edition Shirt. And was told his problem is distortion, and that hearing aids won’t likely help much. Maybe it’s something like that? For my situation, I have a high-frequency loss. But that loss creates a lot of tinnitus. For me, it’s the sound of Cicada’s 24/7. I paid 7k for aids. They didn’t stop the tinnitus, plus I still had issues hearing, even with them. So it’s very likely something similar to your friend.
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But the thing is that hearing issues are so very unique and different from everyone. Is there anything one can do to help someone who is hard of hearing when it comes to this type of situation? I know not everyone is patient and/or empathetic to Nice I Am Not Crazy I Am A Limited Edition Shirt. But for those of us who are, what can we do to fix this or at least make things a little easier? I honestly hadn’t thought about how difficult wearing a facemask could make communication. So I would like to know in case I encounter someone who’s hard of hearing. I certainly don’t want to make anyone feel like they can’t go out or that it’s just better to stay home.
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I honestly don’t know because I think my pride has gotten the best of me over all of this. I’ve always managed. Because I used so many methods of communication, in one interaction alone. Now some of those have been taken away, of course for a Nice I Am Not Crazy I Am A Limited Edition Shirt. But I never realized how dependant I was on it. I think it’s going to be up to me now to just make an initial statement of “hey, I can’t hear you” kinda thing. It’s no one’s fault for not knowing I can’t hear so I think I have to approach it proactively. Something outside my comfort zone now but I’m not sure what else to do.