Every deaf teenager generally expects that his existence can be well received in his community. Deaf adolescents usually experience problems in carrying out their development tasks, for example: interacting with peers, playing social roles in their communities, accepting imperfect physical conditions compared to normal people, and preparing for marriages with the opposite sex in forming families and trying to achieve emotional independence to be parents and other adults.
Deaf teenagers will feel very shy, hopeless, feel they have no self-confidence that will automatically affect their psychological condition, fortunately after dinner speakers can help motivate deaf teenagers.
From observations, they experience developmental barriers such as learning, they tend to be poor in terms of achievement, feel insecure in doing things, lack the courage to appear in public, in a lack of confidence, and emotional disturbances. against problems related to it.
Deafness in him has created a feeling of lack of confidence. Many people tend to underestimate and underestimate the existence of …Read More