Dealing with "Heightened Senses" After Vision Loss

29 Sep 2020
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I'm Molly, a typical sushi, makeup, and fashion loving millennial girl who just so happens to be blind! I was diagnosed with Retinitis Pigmentosa at just 4 years old and began public speaking at age 5. I started just doing motivational speaking, but now I make videos and even model! Even though I can’t see, I know that there are bright spots in everything we face. Let’s find them together. 💕

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    Molly BurkeMolly BurkeVor 3 Monate
    • @Makayla Frost Yeah I saw it to! I wasn’t sure if she knew as well.

      Molly RodewaldMolly RodewaldVor 3 Monate
    • Hey molly! I am sure you know but just wanted to say incase you did not know. You are in a Nair commercial.

      Makayla FrostMakayla FrostVor 3 Monate
    • It sound like, your body adapted to the loss of vision by overcompensating in a couple ways to keep you "safe". As a sighted person, I have the ability to see if there's, say, smoke. Your body adapted to a point so you can smell "smoke", even if it's farther away than a sighted person can see. This might give you an advantage in a dangerous circumstance. With taste as well. I can see what I'm about to eat, and if it "looks" spicy. Between your sense of smell and taste, your body decided to ramp things up to protect you from injury until you got used to things. I hope I'm getting this right. I used to visit my mom when she worked for the Texas department of rehabilitation, and I would ask questions of the councilors when they came into the lab, when the department still had one.

      Chronic ButterflyChronic ButterflyVor 3 Monate
    • Love You ♡

      Strawberry QuesadillaStrawberry QuesadillaVor 3 Monate
    • Hey Molly! I just got an ad from nair with clips from your video in it! Always love your videos!

      Molly RodewaldMolly RodewaldVor 3 Monate
  • So, I have ASD and I find it really interesting when people discuss heightened senses because many people on the spectrum will often have different sensory experiences than most neurotypical or ablebodied people. I usually think of smell, hearing and sometimes sight (because those are the ones are the stronger ones for me). For example I will often hear stuff many people don't and if it gets too loud I will need to go somewhere else. (and if I don't I might enter sensory overload). Anyhow, I have always thought these kinds of heightened senses, or sensory sensibility discussions are really interesting and overlap in curious ways.

    Nath Dominguez MazhariNath Dominguez MazhariVor 4 Tage
  • I think what people forget about the character daredevil is he was blinded by chemical/toxic waste. It was the weird toxic chemicals that gave him his powers. So he isn't just a blind character and the blindness gave him his powers, he was in a freak accident involving weird substances which gave him powers but blinded him in the process (plus he spent his childhood training in martial arts after he went blind, so he learnt how to fight as a blind person which is why he's good at it, its just his weird chemical induced power that gives him the heightened perception) I think most people who only know super heroes in passing (supermans weakness is kryptonite, batman lost his parents, spiderman has spidey sense, daredevil is blind - these are bog standard things that most people know about superheroes even when they have never watched a film or read the comics), it is these people who will be the worse for misconceptions. Because if you know daredevils background you know he isn't a hero because he's bind, he blind because of the accident which also made him a hero. So if people would stop pretending to know more than they do about superheroes, it would probably remove at least one common and annoying question you get from your list Also I think sight can make the rest of the senses lazy. Technically (to a degree) we all have the ability to feel as much detail as Molly can with our hands, but we don't as we use our sight instead. When you walk in a room and you smell food, we tend to look for the source over just figuring it out via smell.

    Charlotte BruceCharlotte BruceVor Monat
  • How ARE you 🌷

    Rahmat ullahRahmat ullahVor Monat
  • Because sight is such a brain heavy function my thought is that out brain is deprived of so much sensory input that our other senses are boosted.

    Alexis RivasAlexis RivasVor 2 Monate
  • Joy Ross is a blind DEhaver I follow and she mentioned in a video of hers she uses smell to determine if she’s in the correct store. She mentioned it after she walked in a nail saloon and said “yup smells like the right place” and then elaborated 😂

    Julian TortoriciJulian TortoriciVor 2 Monate
  • I am almost blind, i have the same thing as you. The same disease

    Erika PatersonErika PatersonVor 2 Monate
  • I commonly can't sleep at night because I can hear ringing sounds from all of the plugged-in things. It's really annoying. I'll go around and unplug stuff till it stops then go back to bed.

    syberphishsyberphishVor 2 Monate
  • omg am I the only one who thinks she looks just sooo beautiful today and everyday

    EliseEliseVor 2 Monate
  • I am considered legally blind without my glasses. Without my glasses the world is one big smudge. I found that my sense of smell, taste, and sensing energy became very heightened. I also lost 20% of my hearing from an illness and accident. That only increased my psychic side; I just started knowing things before they happened. However, I still bang in to things almost every day and struggle to hear everything. But I'm not a massive klutz or anything, I just don't navigate as well as others.

    Karen LmKaren LmVor 3 Monate
  • Biologically when you stop using a sense the part of the brain that matches with that sense is repurposed for other use. So yes you can learn but some of it is physical.

    Labinzel 3712Labinzel 3712Vor 3 Monate
  • Hi Molly, This might seem a dumb question, but you mentioned that your touch is more sensitive through your fingers. Are your senses also heightened if someone touches your skin? Like for example if someone Lightly touched your arm or bottom of your foot or something? Does it make you more ticklish?😂 Sorry I know this sounds dumb! 😂

    Jim BobJim BobVor 3 Monate
  • I am not comparing me with you guys, but I am fully sighted and there have been moments, with some people that i recognise their smell before I see them. With one person, every time I went past him, I smell this amazing perfume and I was sitting in a cafe with my mom once and I was talking to her, looking at her and suddenly I smell the perfume that he wears that i love and my brain is like "Omg (let's name him) Mark!" And my head automatically turned to the left and my eyes land on him, standing 3 meters away from me to my left. I don' usually connect where the smell comes so precisely. I have another thing with another person, where I recognise their smell and can identify them that way and that is not a perfume, but the first story was more striking for me.

    Elanor AllmannElanor AllmannVor 3 Monate
  • My sense of smell definitely heightened and my kids were shocked at what I could smell

    Crystal WestCrystal WestVor 3 Monate
  • You look so pretty! I love your hair! If you happen to run into this comment, I just wanted to say thank you for doing what you do. I am a current nursing school student and I have been watching your videos for a while now and I can say you have really helped me get a better understanding of the blind community. I absolutely love your videos and look forward to watching more!

    Stephanie LedonStephanie LedonVor 3 Monate
  • I have perfect 20/20 vision, but I have needed to hone my touch and hearing because I spend a lot of time in the dark to avoid migraines. Molly is 100% right that sighted people can heighten their senses too if they focus on training those skills. Side note, I do have a more sensitive sense of smell and cannot eat spicy foods, but I'm not sure if that's related!

    Angela NiceAngela NiceVor 3 Monate
  • im visual impaired so i can still see some but small letters i cant see and i cant see far distant.but my hearing has gotten really senitive like my hearing really good but hurts when someone talks to loud.i lost my sense of smell :( idk why but i never knew how it is to smell

    Moon Rise00Moon Rise00Vor 3 Monate
  • 1:14 Your pets are not more important to me than you are. 3:16 Please, don't toot your own horn too much. *wink* 7:54 I wonder if this is a case of "post hoc, ergo propter hoc". So, I'm not sure there's a causal relationship between the two. 9:06 Not me. Thanks for a very interesting video.

    Bert VisscherBert VisscherVor 3 Monate
  • I'm blind and yes it did

    Eleanor JonesEleanor JonesVor 3 Monate
  • Interesting Video :) I always wondered about that :)

    Eva AntoniaEva AntoniaVor 3 Monate
  • I know this is stupid but when I lost my hearing my smell got super duper strong like I could know who was coming up behind me based on their smell lol I could also feel vibrations in my fingers more than other people I guess. Like I would know if someone was walking down the hall with a big cart or something because I could feel the vibrations

    Brennin WarnellBrennin WarnellVor 3 Monate
  • Sometimes I prefer to do tasks with my eyes closed and do by feeling. For example, I did a portion of my child’s hair bun that way yesterday. I’ve done this sort of things for as long as I can remember. It’s not often or even everyday. Just that some things I think I can preform better this way. And I know I made a conscious effort to choose to close my eyes for a portion of the task. If I was doing the bun I might get caught up with some details and not preform it as well bc I’d see every imperfection go wrong and start again. I don’t do jobs like cutting, driving, lighting fires with my eyes closed. Simple and “safe” things like hair. If it’s bad I start again.

    Jo W.Jo W.Vor 3 Monate
  • your makeup is so pretty!!

    洛天依洛天依Vor 3 Monate
  • Oh wow never knew that, No wonder your so good 😏💗✨

    ❁𖠌𝕄ơຖเเ 𝔹ᥙຖຖ𝕪❁❦︎❁𖠌𝕄ơຖเเ 𝔹ᥙຖຖ𝕪❁❦︎Vor 3 Monate
  • Yes, I had a temporary eye injury, where one eye was closed for 3-4 days 24/7. On day 3, I experienced this big 'energy shift' to the other eye. Like my brain was adapting to not using the injured one. I healed and it all went back to normal.

    Gabriela BerinsteinGabriela BerinsteinVor 3 Monate
  • My grandmother lost her sight from Macular degeneration & detached retina. We had had to becareful about how loud we spoke because she could hear EVERYTHING LOL

    Donna C.Donna C.Vor 3 Monate
  • Hey molly what I’m about to ask is kinda obvious but was it scary when you started losing your vision.

    GuyGuyVor 3 Monate
  • I'm not blind but have pretty bad vision without my glasses, and I have much better hearing senses than my family members just because when I don't feel like/ can't wear my glasses, I rely more on hearing. My friends in grade school were always amazed because I knew the sound of each of their individual walking patterns, so I could tell who was approaching without looking. I can still do this with my family and coworkers. I don't have better hearing than others, I just choose to practice honing in on it. It's helpful now that I work with kids because I can hear them getting into trouble before I see it 😂.

    Melissa StephanMelissa StephanVor 3 Monate
  • so i gotta give you a big thanks bc i’m so much better at finding items in my purse etc bc i stoped trying to look for it, and felt for it instead. it’s blown my mind how easier it can be to do things without relying on sight for everything.

    Sierra HildrethSierra HildrethVor 3 Monate
  • Can I just say that your makeup and your hair colour look fantastic

    Valeria VagapovaValeria VagapovaVor 3 Monate
  • Soooo basically you’re saying don’t fart in front of a blind person? Got it. Thank you for that warning

    Bunny LacyBunny LacyVor 3 Monate
  • Beautiful video, Molly! I feel compelled to add something based upon your commentary at about14:06... “the universe” hasn’t “designed” anything to be special or incredibly unique. Only GOD has done that! Yes! God! One cannot have a creation without a creator. One cannot have a design without a designer. And furthermore Molly, you, in all of your infinite beauty and abilities and uniqueness WERE specifically CREATED BY GOD to be EXACTLY the woman you are today! Please do not pass over this important fact in the interest of being a part of today’s largely Godless society! I know it is absolutely NOT HIP to love the Lord. But Molly, please know....the Lord loves YOU!!! Keep up the wonderful work-you’re changing minds and lives with this important work you’re doing. I thank you!!!🥰❤️🥰❤️🥰

    JC iKJC iKVor 3 Monate
  • Molly, I am sighted but I relate so much to this video. I have sensory processing disorder and also experience the world in an heightened way. I hear things that my other friends don’t, like electricity within walls or the rustle of the feathers of a bird flying by. Loud noises can sometimes cause me physical pain. It feels like a shock on my skin. Do you experience this too? Love your videos - a fellow service dog handler!

    Avery BrownAvery BrownVor 3 Monate
  • Molly. I've recently found your videos and I can not thank you enough for being such a great source of inspiration and strenght for me. I suffer from severe myopia and astigmatism as well and recently got told that because my problem is progressing more and more every day and they can't find the reason for it I will eventually loose my sight and seeing you flower and fight through the hard times made me understand that although I might not be able to see again in the future that should not be a limitation and should not stop me from following my dreams even if some of them have to change. Thank you for giving me hope. Big hug from Colombia

    Melisa LondoñoMelisa LondoñoVor 3 Monate
  • Molly "i cant be fluff" HAHA I LOVE YOU

    Shayna HarperShayna HarperVor 3 Monate
  • I know you kind of hate that your voice cracks, and you've explained before that it's because you do public speaking and stuff, but I actually think it's cute and kind of satisfying 😌

    Lindsay EndicottLindsay EndicottVor 3 Monate
  • I have a question. When you are dealing with money? How do you recognize what dollar bill is what?

    Erica M StoneErica M StoneVor 3 Monate
  • hello friend

    Gwin WillisGwin WillisVor 3 Monate
  • I love you Molly

    Emilia DenesEmilia DenesVor 3 Monate
  • Hi molly my daughter Grace has been following u for years and loves you. She lost her right eye when she was 8 and didnt regain her sight relying on her left eye until she was 12 during a surgery on left and didnt regain sight. She sees only the shine of the sun and some lights. She got depends on her sense of touch especially hearing. But her hope is to meet you molly becuase she feels like she is alone and no one gets her. Now she is 16 and still follows you

    Jackie MartinezJackie MartinezVor 3 Monate
    • Follow her at grace carbonell in youtube

      Jackie MartinezJackie MartinezVor 3 Monate
  • Lavender got BIG! Omg!!!

    Athena MarieAthena MarieVor 3 Monate
  • I'm a MSc Neuroscience student and I suggest looking into "cross modal plasticity", which basically explains how sensory deprivation of one modality increases serotonin (neurotransmitter) release in the remaining modalities. Meaning that when one loses one of the senses, their brain physically starts to reorganize and strengthen the remaining senses in somatosensory cortex.

    OriginalEmppuOriginalEmppuVor 3 Monate
  • I have health condition and I never thought I could deal with it but I have been

    Beverley BlairBeverley BlairVor 3 Monate
  • You cute just like your animals

    Beverley BlairBeverley BlairVor 3 Monate
  • is your boyfriend going to make his own separate DEhave channel and when is your boy friend gonna be in one of your videos again

    alpha e-clips-ealpha e-clips-eVor 3 Monate
  • I think the smell and taste being "heightened" was also because you rely on it more, likely to make sure your food hasn't gone bad. I'm sighted so I don't know for sure so that's just a guess

    DeniDeniVor 3 Monate
  • Ummmm Daredevil is comic books first but yes it is a really bad movie as well and a TV show

    Emily WelchEmily WelchVor 3 Monate
  • Can we get some more videos with gallop

    Jaco and SisoJaco and SisoVor 3 Monate
  • I just noticed that your bday is the day before mine!!!!!Mine is on February 9!!!

    Pastel _WolfyPastel _WolfyVor 3 Monate
  • Hi

    Eva GarciaEva GarciaVor 3 Monate
  • What was echolocation training like? What activities did you do to learn it? What is passive and active echolocation training? I'm just wondering.

    The Adventures of Pip and CheekThe Adventures of Pip and CheekVor 3 Monate
  • Subtitulo en español por fabor

    Ely castilloEly castilloVor 3 Monate
  • I know you can't see your own eyes, so i had to tell you that they are so pretty!

    texan galtexan galVor 3 Monate
  • I have a Traumatic Brain injury, so my hearing sensitivity is horrible. But I’ve noticed ever since the injury, my sense of smell is so incredibly strong, it’s overwhelming

    Krista LongdenKrista LongdenVor 3 Monate
  • Molly, have you ever played Goalball?

    Elisa CrawleyElisa CrawleyVor 3 Monate
  • I swear when I developed arachnophobia in middle school, my sight got heightened. I could see the SMALLEST spiders from insane distances that my friends and family could only see if they got up close. And I could always tell the difference between a tiny spider, a fly and a speck of dust. When I overcame the phobia, six years later, all of a sudden my vision got worse and now I can’t see details that are far away... It might be random, but I am convinced that was my body adapting to the phobia and a way of “protecting” me from what my brain perceived as dangerous.

    Lene SolheimLene SolheimVor 3 Monate
  • I really wish I could get one of her phone cases but she doesn't have one made for my phone

    JeremazingJeremazingVor 3 Monate
  • molly the lighting in this video makes your eyes POP. gorgeous ❤️

    Carley ButlerCarley ButlerVor 3 Monate
  • ever since beginning to watch your videos, I've found myself using my other senses more in ways that are more efficient than primarily relying on sight. for example, feeling around in my purse for something rather than looking.

    julesjulesVor 3 Monate
  • I love when you addressed those comments of people who have said they don't know how they could live, if they were blind. Because I agree, based on what you said that we can adapt to it. Although, I am not blind, my mother is legally blind and I seen videos of people who didn't have arms or legs, even have no legs and arms. Yet they learned to get around this world, which makes me confident, if I ever had lost any of my senses or any body parts, then I can adjust as well. It will be really hard, while I think humans can do fine, I believe we are more than capable when Jesus is by our side.

    Adriana BonillaAdriana BonillaVor 3 Monate
  • I love being a blind DEhave creator I love educating and inspiring others

    Sanna’s LifeSanna’s LifeVor 3 Monate
  • I lost my sense of smell and taste 7 months ago due to covid. You don't realise how much you depend on it until you lose it! I can't imagine losing my vision on top of that- not knowing if food's gone off, whether something is burning etc.

    Saxana10Saxana10Vor 3 Monate
  • Your smell experience sounds like my life. I have autism and my senses get stronger and weaker all the time. Usually my light sight is very strong and it hurts to go outside. My sense of touch goes up and down like I used bras day and night through two years and then normal shirts started hurting me. My hearing gets stronger during migraines that I get weekly. But my taste has stayed the same all my life and I can't stand spices at all.

    Sohvi SuomiSohvi SuomiVor 3 Monate
  • They mostly kinda do but they're not superheroes- like bruh just cos a blind persons body adapts or they themselves learned to pay attention to noise or smell doesn't mean they've become a god-

    Qtaro KujoQtaro KujoVor 3 Monate
  • Okay that face in the intro is weird-

    Qtaro KujoQtaro KujoVor 3 Monate
  • I always wonder, how does she do her makeup so well without vision?? I can't even do my makeup that good and I'm fully sighted.

    Sam MartinSam MartinVor 3 Monate
  • Lavender has gotten sooo big

    Whats-My-FandomWhats-My-FandomVor 3 Monate
  • I have really good hearing, however the part of your brain that can figure out which direction it's coming from doesn't work so well... So I can hear everything I just don't know where it's coming from 🙄

    Clarissa JanesClarissa JanesVor 3 Monate
  • I remembered Lavender when she was tiny and was the size of gallops snout

    Camila GonzalezCamila GonzalezVor 3 Monate
  • You COULD squash the rumor... OR... You could wait and use your perceived "powers" for the moments you interact with ass holes. Ie. Someone disparages VI people and you say you hear some"... Nevermind..." And then you"... Oh, my! I'm sorry! Let's move over here." (Away from asshole) Reserved for the worst. Who's going to say, " the blind girl is being mean" to you? (Evil laugh) You seem to nice, but it has to be nice to have this in your back pocket.

    Erin MaloneErin MaloneVor 3 Monate
  • Lavender is so biggg!!!

    SunflowerrSunflowerrVor 3 Monate
  • Hi molly, I’m deaf and I use a cochlear implant to hear. I noticed my eyes was heightened since I use my eyes to read other people lips. And as I got older, my sight got worse and I’m now in glasses. If I don’t have my glasses I can’t hear very well.

    Raelynn WeberRaelynn WeberVor 3 Monate
  • It is amazing what the body & brain can do!!

    Danielle EmmaDanielle EmmaVor 3 Monate
  • It is amazing what the body can do!!

    Danielle EmmaDanielle EmmaVor 3 Monate
  • It makes me think of how if you’re taking a test, teachers generally try to make the room as silent as possible. They’re essentially trying to take your hearing away in order for you to be able to focus

    shelizabeth25shelizabeth25Vor 3 Monate
  • In Vancouver they have a restaurant tht is all dark and the staff are blind, the idea for sighted people is to be blind so your taste is heightened so i wouldn't doubt it if actually being blind would affect your taste

    Anikka C. OjalaAnikka C. OjalaVor 3 Monate
  • I think you are beautiful woman. but you are kind of long winded LOL

    Wyrm64Wyrm64Vor 3 Monate
  • Hi Molly, I know you probably won't see this in the sea of comments but I wanted to thank you so much for making such informative content. I have severe low vision due to retinopathy of prematurity, and I'm at high risk for blindness later in life. Lately I've been feeling a lot of anxiety about my future, but watching your videos and seeing what a full, vibrant, and empowered life you lead has helped me so much. You are wonderful and your content is helping so many of us💕❤️

    StrollDownMemoryLaneStrollDownMemoryLaneVor 3 Monate
  • I'm sighted and I use my sense of smell a ton. I rely on it to let me know when my food is done cooking, but I also have a very sensitive snoot!

    Susan ZinnoSusan ZinnoVor 3 Monate
  • I wonder if the reason i dont have a taste for a variety of foods its cos of my sight loss

    indie magneticindie magneticVor 3 Monate
  • Regarding the tactile abilities, I never really thought about it, but my best friend is a DO OBGYN, and I dunno about MD docs, but DOs train in osteopathic manipulation and they work on developing that heightened sensitivity. So cool!

    Jess_Marie_GJess_Marie_GVor 3 Monate
  • I love joy Ross!!!

    Tara DonnellyTara DonnellyVor 3 Monate
  • Cute kitty :3 Can't sub because youtube is a A hole !!!

    Crimson KingCrimson KingVor 3 Monate
  • I have Autism so I also have hightened scenses, but not because I am blind. It's a Autism thing. I am not blind, but am hard of seeing.

    Crimson KingCrimson KingVor 3 Monate
  • I went blind at 24 officially, though ive always had poor sight. My sense of smell became stronger as i was relying on it more. I dont really use taste, and the other 2 that i became more reliant on is hearing and touch

    Media Haven InternationalMedia Haven InternationalVor 3 Monate
  • Lavender has gotten so big. that sounds like a thing a random stranger would say. but isn't a stranger because you mom knows him/her but you don't remember him/her

    LydiaLandLydiaLandVor 3 Monate
  • I am sighted but I do have an awful sense of both taste and smell, I think it's been a factor in my food related OCD and having ARFID, Avoidant/Ristrictive Food Intake Disorder, it obviously pales in comparison to the impact of losing sight but it does make it very hard to relate to people whenever food is brought up, group meals are uncomfortable, lots of weight struggles. I love watching your videos because I enjoy seeing how other people relate to the world and you explain it so well

    Stacy LitwinStacy LitwinVor 3 Monate
  • AAAH, I had the shirt you are wearing on this video a few years ago. It was actually my favorite. But the got too much holes in so I trued it away. Sad. But awesome shirt!!!

    Evianne KooistraEvianne KooistraVor 3 Monate
  • Why am I so sad that she doesn’t know how beautiful she is??!!! 😢😢😢😘😘😘

    Hannah BraymanHannah BraymanVor 3 Monate
  • Thought nothing of it as a kid, obviously I liked ONM, mostly because it got me out of class lol. But now as an adult, I realized that I think my ONM instructor is the reason for my anxiety today. You are there to help and teach kids how to be independent, don’t make them feel stupid if they miss or do something wrong.

    Lexi FilburnLexi FilburnVor 3 Monate
  • Hi Molly, think your quick improvement in taste and smell is related to evolution, because it's kind of preservation... if you eat something that is contaminated you could die.

    Dolly Elizabeth Rojas IguaDolly Elizabeth Rojas IguaVor 3 Monate
  • Have you ever been eating alone, and not been sure if something looks still good (not rotten/moldy) to eat or not? Is your sense of smell and taste sensitive enough to help determine if food is good enough quality? Love you Molly ❤️

    Stephanie GillesStephanie GillesVor 3 Monate
  • Molly you look so pretty with the blonde hair! I’m loving it 😍

    Ash AshAsh AshVor 3 Monate
  • You have one of the most beautiful eye colors that I've ever seen.

    K4inanK4inanVor 3 Monate
  • Molly I can't imagine how comforting you are to other blind people. You truly have such a realistic and centered approach to everything you address or include about blindness in your videos. I know this is strange and at the risk of sounding a bit ableist, you make it seem like less of a scary thing that affects you daily- you make me even as a sighted person remember that I too could get through anything that may affect my health/senses/abilities one day. Love you and your perspective!

    Patrick RicePatrick RiceVor 3 Monate
  • Ok, first of all I love your content for the most part. I don't like how you said only blind people because I have it and I'm not blind. I have never had training.

    Pokemon ProfessorPokemon ProfessorVor 3 Monate
  • Can you do a video on your o m n It would really help if you do. Because I am partially sighted and I am doing cane training and I feel very insecure about using my cane in public x o x ✨💕

    Aerin DyasonAerin DyasonVor 3 Monate
  • Very interesting! I can see but I am very sensitive to smells and I have to get unscented everything or be very careful of what scents I can have around me or I will get sick/nauseous. I get migraines pretty often and unlike most people I’m not sensitive to light when I have them but I’m sensitive to smells or scents. When I get a headache my sensitivity to smells will double and I can smell everything around me, good or bad. Kind of makes working with about 60 women hard since all of them want to wear different perfumes or lotions. Thank you for making this video.

    Carolyn K.Carolyn K.Vor 3 Monate
  • 💯❤

    Katie FinesKatie FinesVor 3 Monate
  • Hi Molly! Have you ever heard of restaurants that are pitch black so you can have a more emery’s I’ve food experience? I would be curious to hear your thoughts on that considering that is how you eat all of your meals.

    Elizabethpags7Elizabethpags7Vor 3 Monate
    • I know she went to one and has talked about it in a video. All I remember is that she was guided wrong and didn't like how the workers claimed the experience was like being blind and Molly disagreed with that.

      EmilySEmilySVor 3 Monate