Current Pediatric Research

Commentary - Current Pediatric Research (2016) Volume 20, Issue 2

Commentary on "Saying Goodbye to the Silence."

Maria Grazia Spurio*

Department of Psychotherapy, Genius Strategic Counseling School, Italy

*Corresponding Author:
Maria Grazia Spurio
Department of Psychotherapy
Genius Strategic Counseling School, Italy
E-mail: [email protected]
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"Saying goodbye to the silence" highlights the difficult condition experienced by the deaf children or with hearing difficulties. Their world of silence is really a world far more complex than we are led to believe. This is because everyone, more or less, is able to realize the difficulties, partially illustrated in the article, belonging to the world of this type of different skills. The article, however, puts the focus over another type of difficulty that breaks into this world of silence: the relationship with parents and the rest of the social environment [1]. In this regard the Robert clinical case well illustrates the difficulty and the complexity of this intricate web of hardships and situations, despite all, the success of supportive treatment to the protagonist choices has inspired the title: saying goodbye to the silence.

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