How to Tackle Thanksgiving Dinner When You Have Hearing Loss

Living With Hearing Loss

A few months ago, I started a blog Living With Hearing Loss, but It has been a while since my last post. I find it unsettling to talk about my hearing loss, maybe that is why. But as Thanksgiving approaches, I thought it was time to post again, as there might be others out there with hearing loss worrying about the upcoming holiday. Maybe reading this post will help them approach the holiday with more joy and less fear. I hope so.

I always go to my in-laws for Thanksgiving, which is a lot of fun. It is a big group event, with lots of cousins, grown children and seniors. We can sometimes have up to 20 at any given Thanksgiving family meal.  There is a lot of energy, but also a lot of noise, with people all talking at once and kids laughing and joking in the background.  This is…

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2 responses to “How to Tackle Thanksgiving Dinner When You Have Hearing Loss

  1. Chelle,

    Thanks for the information. Thanks again for recommending “Missing Words” I learned a lot from the book and have shared it with my wife and it has helped us in communicating. Now, if only I could get my grand daughters with heir rapid fire high pitched voices to read it, I’d be in great shape. Happy Thanks Giving.



    • LOL Fred, that might be the challenge of the decade. That is a good book.
      I didn’t write this blog piece but reposted it because I thought it a worthy share. E can all learn from each other.

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