Overcoming Eye Loss With Humour

Jean Hartz was a young mother with three children when she was diagnosed with a tumour in her eye. Humour and a matter of fact approach to life helped her deal with her eye loss, as she tells her story in “Keep Busy”. I admire Jean’s positive approach to life and her story is certainly an inspiring read. What strategies did you use to get through your experience of eye loss? If this is something you would like to share, I would certainly be pleased to hear from you.

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