If you are frustrated with a deaf person…

If you are frustrated with a deaf person, because they can’t understand you through your face mask, then imagine how we feel when we are not given the access to hear. 

Remember. Remove your face mask, or wear a clear one!


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10 thoughts on “If you are frustrated with a deaf person…

  1. I was wondering how you were ggetting on Liz. It must be awful ❤️

    1. I am really feeling low after last night at work, an incident which resulted in this post.
      The person apologised and we are alright, but I never thought it would have happened in the first place, with this person.
      Its been one after other and I am in tears since last night, because I feel lower than before.

      1. I am so sorry Liz. If you want to email you know where I am. That sounds awful. Holding out my hand to you. Just so sorry xx

      2. It was at the time and I am glad he apologised, otherwise I would have been further shocked that he wasn’t who I thought he was.

    1. Yes and it hurt because of who done it, that I never thought would.
      He did apologise a little later and although we are alright, it has left me on a downer. It was something that did not need to happen in the first place.
      I still feel tearful from it.

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