By Jan Eaton
Книга с узорами по вязанию спицами пледов, одеял, афганов. Разноцветная мозаика узоров, составленных из простых геометрических фигур. Превосходное использование остатков пряжи.
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But what is it that you want? Do you want to hear music again? Do you want to understand a TV program without captioning? " Well, what did I want? And what could I realistically ask for? When it came right down to it, I could ask for only one thing. "I Page 23 want to stay connected. " "Okay:" said Kay. "Then let's start working on that. I've been studying some things I learned about at San Francisco State, and I Some Suggestions for Family Members Dr. Donald Holden One of the most constructive ways that family members and friends can support a hearing-impaired person is to show patience.
But I was wrong; it has worked just fine. Still, misunderstandings were tripping me up. Bill tackled me, trying to break down my barriers. "Eve, when you don't understand what I'm saying, you get the oddest look on your face. I can't tell whether you're upset at me, wondering how to answer me, off in a fog, or just didn't understand what I said. It's confusing and upsetting for me. It must be for others, too. " I argued back. " He grinned. "But there's a difference. " "I can't find an easy way to do it," I responded, and I explained my awkward attempts.
I studied other people's voices and speech habits, and learned just what I needed to know to understand better. We looked at the problem of how to ask others to meet my needs without my sounding demanding. Gradually, we learned. " "Yes," I would reply. " "Well," she would start hesitantly, "I might have an idea. " She went on to explain about how the brain and mind work to create meaning, and how I could sharpen my mental skills to help me better understand spoken communication. Little by little, the three of us became a team.