Tone deaf? Why you can still hit the right notes

I have mixed feelings about this article - the explanation of amusia is not wrong and the tone is encouraging (pun intended), but it still leaves the impression amusiacs don't try hard enough, and fails to address the struggles faced by amusiacs.
Tone deaf? Why you can still hit the right notes | Pursuit by The University of Melbourne:
"Tone deafness, also known as amusia, is a recognised condition that means someone cannot distinguish between different pitches or tones in music, and cannot hear that their voice isn’t rising and falling with the melody when singing."

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