So few people are aware of auditory processing deficit as an actual thing that when explaining it I often just default to “It’s a hearing problem,” but that’s not accurate.
Well, I’ve finally done the first episode of my podcast. Unfortunately you can’t read it here, as I can’t currently afford the space upgrade necessary to upload audio posts. So I’ve created a Tumblr just for my podcasts, and you can find it here. I’ll post here each time there’s a new podcast uploaded, and then you can post any comments in the comments section below. I know this is a bit more complicated than you were all hoping, but it can’t be helped. First one’s a short one, but I really need your feedback. Much love, -Katje
This should be said. I know that some of you are aware that I don’t listen to podcasts, but I’m thinking of doing one regardless. I feel I should be clear on this. I have an auditory processing deficit. This doesn’t mean I can’t hear — my physical ears work fine. It does mean that what I do hear may or may not actually make it to my working memory, and from there on to my long-term memory. So when you tell me something, I may not “hear” it. It doesn’t mean I’m not listening — I’m actually very
I may start ranting about movies on this blog, as well as books and my own writing/writer’s life. Because I have a lot of rants about films and I may as well get them out here because they frequently overlap with my rants about books. Also: if I started doing a podcast that contained said rants, would you listen to it? Because I’ve been sort of thinking of starting up a podcast, seeing as I have this nifty computer that has that capability, but I couldn’t figure out what the hell to cast about it. I’d have to have