When we find out that our son is blind or depressed, we have different emotions. These emotions can be shock, fear, denial, sadness, mourning, breathing, anger, feeling of crime, unbelievability, surprise.
“When I finally diagnosed my son’s diagnosis of my son, I could not breathe, but I felt it was not something I had, but now the uncertainty has ended, and the diagnosis meant that I would not lose my time anymore, I could take the next step.”
“I do not remember anything after hearing the word” deaf “.
“I was surprised to hear that I felt guilty for myself”
“I was afraid, I knew nothing about the truth, I did not know what it meant.”
“For some time I was tired”
“I remember that I was bleeding and shaking, and I could hardly be able to do the usual everyday activities I was in. I woke up at the first week, trying to do everything I had to do. .
“I was glad that it was only a dream”
“For me the most difficult thing was the fear of the unknown event,