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WHO WE’LL BE AFTER THIS

I’m Hearing Impaired, and My Mask Taught Me to Ask for What I Need

Navigating life with deafness can feel impossible during the pandemic, but I’ve found a solution that can work for everyone

Photo: Kemal Yildirim/Getty Images

We all have something that we’re self-conscious about, and often, that no one else…

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jennifer pastiloff

jennifer pastiloff

Best-selling author of On Being Human. Writer, public speaker, retreat leader, mom.

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