With Gloria Pelletier, LCSW, LISAC
Collateral Damage Definition: Injury inflicted on something other than an intended target. One example of hearing loss and collateral damage: people think we are rude and stuck up when we don’t answer them.
Hearing Loss LIVE! teams up with Gloria Pelletier to take another look at the mental health side of hearing loss.
How does collateral damage apply to hearing loss?
Hearing loss hurts us in unknown ways. It also unintentionally affects the hearing people in our lives. This is especially so when we are not upfront about our hearing loss.