Four Agreements for People with Hearing Loss

March 18, 2015


Are you embarrassed about your hearing loss and hate to be associated with those negative stereotypes you believe are associated with it?

  • Do you try to hide your hearing aids or get the smallest ones so people can’t see them?
  • Do you avoid telling people you have a hearing loss for fear that they’ll judge you negatively?
  • Do you fake hearing rather than telling people you have a hearing loss and how to talk to you so you can hear them best?
  • Are you afraid that if you tell people at work that you have a hearing loss that you’ll lose your job?

If the answer is “yes” to any of these questions, it can be very painful – I know, I’ve been there. But, our lives define us, not our hearing loss” and we KNOW it. So it’s time to let go of those negative stereotypes.

Join our webinar on the Four Agreements for People with Hearing Loss loosely based on the popular book, The Four Agreements by Don Miguel Ruiz.


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Pat Dobbs

Pat Dobbs is passionate about educating people on hearing loss, having experienced steep declines in her hearing starting at age 20. Pat, who currently uses bilateral cochlear implants, is the author of The Hearing Loss Revolution and its Nine Guiding Principles, a sought-after speaker, and writes a popular blog on living with... Read More >