What’s your favorite flavor of ice cream? Many might say pistachio, chocolate, rocky road, caramel, and even varieties of pumpkin, as we are in the Fall and Autumn season. Some say vanilla is the most popular, nationally. The flavor of the day that we choose may change but many still have their “go to” favorite.
Ice cream and choices are near endless and that’s what makes us each unique. Being unique, creative, and special is something to cherish. As we consider the fields of Hearing Loss, Misophonia, and Tinnitus, we recognize that each and every patient is “one of a kind”, and, thus, treat each with respect and individuality. With this in mind, time may be one of the most important aspects of care for each person. It’s in the time we place with each patient and our visits together, that relationships and understanding is created. It takes time to understand something that’s unknown. It takes time and listening to share thoughts and feelings. Time and discerning allows for the development of a plan to help someone to hear better, to reduce the negative effects of ringing in the ears or tinnitus, as well as to lessen the burden of external sounds with those suffering from misophonia.
We recognize the many flavors to choose in ice cream, and we also understand the many potential choices of care for what’s important in your life.
We make the decisions together…
Very nice. And if I weren’t already cold, I’d want some chocolate chip cookie dough ice cream.
Thank you Mary! LOL, Me 2!
very nice blog.
Thank you Joanne.
Life is full of variety!!
Yes, it sure is Kristie. Good point!
Yes, very true…. we are all unique, and I can eat vanilla ice cream any time, day or night!!
Right on! Day or night! LOL
My Mom used to buy Neapolitan because she could give the chocolate to my sister, the strawberry to my brother, and the vanilla to me. Three preferences with one gallon. I still do vanilla. Boring?
That was a great idea by your mom. Brilliant! Nope, vanilla is not boring…:) I like it too!