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What do you miss when wearing a mask? [VLOG]

Am I smiling or not? You didn’t know. Although, mom trained me well… When a camera points at me, I’m supposed to smile even when nobody can see it. So much of our expression is told from the bottom two-thirds of our face.

You know those with disabilities often are relying on seeing facial expressions to determine how somebody feels, what they’re trying to say. And how many of you have felt like you’ve missed out on part of an interaction with somebody because they had a mask on.

I just bring this to light because everybody’s walking their unique journey. And for those with disabilities, they may be facing a few more difficulties than you because everybody around them is wearing a mask.

I hope you have a great week!

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