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Unread 02-03-2012, 01:38 PM   #10 (permalink)
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Well, my first time driving was difficult. I mean, sure, I didn't really believe it was going to be easy.

Although, I noticed that every time he says something, he's saying "You're not listening" and I'm trying hard. I'm not upset about it, but it hurts when he say that. I somehow do it naturally.

Of course, I understand I'm nervous, but that was my first time driving - which I'm sure many of you do get that experience - and I'm not sure what to do if my ears aren't picking up any faster.

My hearing aids are accommodation by audiologist, should I request something that will help me in driving so I be sure enough to hear it well enough or should I talk to my instructor and tell him what he can do better to help me? And hand signals aren't much to help.
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