Living With Hearing Loss: Top Ten Posts of 2018

Happy holidays! Thank you to all my readers for sharing your comments and suggestions with the Living With Hearing Loss community this year. Your support of me and one another makes writing this blog a tremendous pleasure. My hope is that by sharing my story, I have helped each one of you live a little more comfortably with your own hearing issues. I know you have done that for me. I look forward to sharing more stories and tips with you in 2019.

I am taking next week off, but will be back in January with more posts. In the meantime, please enjoy the 10 most popular articles of 2018.

Top 10 Living With Hearing Loss Posts of 2018

  1. Five Things I Wish Everyone Knew About Hearing Loss
  2. A Head Cold + Hearing Loss = A Perfect Storm
  3. When Your Hearing Aid Settings Are Just Wrong
  4. Do You Hear Better in the Morning?
  5. You CAN Go to the Movies When You Have Hearing Loss
  6. What if Hearing Aids Were Noise-Cancelling
  7. Please Don’t Tell Me Never Mind
  8. Does Hearing Loss Cause Vertigo?
  9. Open Captions on Broadway!
  10. How To Have A Better Conversation With Someone With Hearing Loss

Readers, what was your favorite post of the year?

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2 thoughts on “Living With Hearing Loss: Top Ten Posts of 2018

    1. Shari Eberts – NYC – Shari Eberts is a passionate hearing health advocate and internationally recognized author and speaker on hearing loss issues. She is the founder of Living with Hearing Loss, a popular blog and online community for people with hearing loss, and an executive producer of "We Hear You," an award-winning documentary about the hearing loss experience. Her book, "Hear & Beyond: Live Skillfully with Hearing Loss," (co-authored with Gael Hannan) is the ultimate survival guide to living well with hearing loss. Shari has an adult-onset genetic hearing loss and hopes that by sharing her story, she will help others to live more peacefully with their own hearing issues.
      Shari Eberts says:

      Happy New Year!

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