Will wearing a hearing aid be discriminated against?

I have a senior, and I am very friendly with the same community. He studied hard and his grades have been in the top grades. The graduate students are sent to the best universities, and the future is wonderful. After I became familiar with him, I discovered that he always had a hearing aid. “Will you wear a hearing aid, will it be discriminated against?” I asked him this question. He gave me a paragraph and left a very deep impression on me. The following text comes from the narrative of my senior…


When I was very young, I started wearing hearing aids. Although my parents have always told me that wearing a hearing aid and wearing glasses is almost the same, just wearing glasses when the eyesight is not good, wearing a hearing aid is not good, the difference is not big. However, this is not the case.

When I put on the hearing aid, I still didn’t fully adapt. I felt that many people around me felt different.

This kind of gaze made me feel strange and uncomfortable at the time. Invisible, I became a little inferior and felt that they were discriminating against me. Later, I found out that they asked a few more words, looked at a few more, or discussed a few more in private. They were not malicious, and even cared about me. After a long time, I learned to let go of my vigilance and inferiority and tell myself that this is not something that hinders others or is unfavorable to others. There is nothing to worry about. But sensitive, you can find a lot of goodwill in life.

In the United States, hearing aids are very popular. Some people even select some beautiful and beautiful hearing aid styles to remind them of hearing problems and make them clear. In our country, this is obviously rare. The better-selling styles in China are deep-ear hearing aids. The main reason is that most people don’t want others to find their own hearing defects. I have heard a story: A grandfather accompanied his grandmother to the store with a hearing aid. The grandfather carefully observed the process of the old grandmother fitting the hearing aid. After selecting the type of hearing aid, he also specially designed a color. He said: “She always likes that color very much, and it will look great on her.” As everyone’s living standards get better and better, they are more and more willing to let themselves live a better life. The more people use hearing aids, the more they say. The more you come, the bigger the environment is improving, and that’s fine.

Of course, I have also met people who are really discriminating against me. They discriminate against me, make fun of me, I can’t hear them well, and ridicule me for wearing hearing aids. The first time I met such a person, I was very sad and wanted to retaliate. I don’t understand, I just don’t listen well, so let them say this. Later, I found that they are not worthy of my attention. They will make fun of everyone, poor at home, crutches, poor grades, not married… Sometimes I ask them what they are laughing, they can’t answer anything.

Can’t say that they don’t have quality, they can only say that everyone’s values ​​are different. It’s very uncomfortable to have a bad hearing. What we have to do is to make ourselves happy. There is no need to touch people who are troubled by themselves.

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