I was 10 years old when I was in an accident and I lost my ability to hear. Yes, I am deaf. I can no longer listen to music or hear my favorite singer sing that high note. I can no longer hear the laughter of my younger sister. It’s tough. It’s very hard going through all of this. Now I am 20, it’s been 10 years and I have accepted myself. Embraced my disability. It’s okay. I have no control over it and I need to learn how to live with it :)
You are soooo strong! All the best for everything in life x
You are so so inspiring. Making the best of what you have. Wish you a lot of strength xx
Gaurvi Narang @gaurvinaran...
I am so proud of you. You are incredibly strong. Thank you for sharing this story. Sometimes we get so caught up in our little life problems that we forget that people like you out there are much more fierce and positive and we should be more like you.
No one 111 @jarul
That’s so rad. Let me tell you, you aren’t missing out on a lot. Most music sucks and people are loud.
You are so strong and inspiring. I am feeling proud of you. Make the best from what you have. All the best.
Same here. Hearing impaired since 5th standard, right now in first year of college. Deafness and disabilities are just a part of us , they does not defines us , we are much more than that. Kudos to u ?? stay strong and blessed and live your life to fullest.
Simran Patel @simranpatel
You are so brave to share this with us. Thanks a ton. This inspires so many of us to accept what life has in store for us in stride. More love and power to you❤️