At night-time, it loves the limelight, gobbling it up with glee. The more I focus on it, the more layers of noise I discover.
Give People With Tinnitus the Hope for a Cure! This week is Tinnitus Week. One in eight people in the
British Tinnitus Association Manifesto Roundtables 2020, kindly hosted by Sir John Hayes MP. A discussion by Carly Sygrove, creator of
‘… a few months back, I decided that I was going to do whatever I wanted to do, without hesitation…What happened? I wasn’t perfect, but I was pretty damn good!’
I felt guilty for feeling sad. I was swallowing down grief in giant gulps, trying to dismiss complex emotions. The pragmatic part of my character knew there were much worse challenges that life could present to me.
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What I have realised is that I appreciate the hearing I have left. And, I pay extra attention to my other senses, as I now rely more on these to interact with the world.
I recently came across an interesting research project, whilst browsing on Twitter. The purpose of the study was to help
I am so happy to share an updated recording of the BBC World Service Documentarywhich I was involved in earlier
Quite surprisingly, I feel that I have developed some skills that ‘hearing people’ may not be as adept at employing in communication as those without full hearing ability; skills that actually help me to comprehend a second language.