“Man, doesn’t she sound shrill?!” Those words can easily cut deep. It feels like someone is attacking us personally. While it is important to accommodate our patients who are hard of hearing, it is also important to own your voice as apart of who you are. We talk through the undertones of policing women voices, and how to use your voice to share who you are. Take a moment, listen in and let’s speak up for our voices. (I seriously could go on with these puns forever).
Until Next Time,
Rachel and Kate