Deaf people dating hearing people
She is passionate about deaf awareness, campaigning for equality and helping others through her personal blog as Deafie Blogger.Finding the Best Way to Communicate Asking Them on a Date Choosing a Date Activity Being Considerate With Your Crush Community Q&A You’ve met an attractive and interesting deaf person through work or school, and want to ask them on a date.Of course, like any relationship, there are times where we become annoyed with one another if there’s a misunderstanding. I think I won because I simply can’t use the phone to call people, but then again, he has lost all his hearing in one ear- so who would you say the winner is?!I’ve noticed in the last year that his hearing is gradually getting worse, and sometimes I get upset when he can’t hear me calling him, or if I have to repeat myself. One thing I love about having a partner with a similar hearing loss is that we don’t fuss about each other’s hearing aids, including all the ear wax!As a person with hearing loss, there’s two sides to dating…being with a normal hearing person or with a deaf partner.
Her deafness didn't prevent her from achieving major accomplishments in her life, such as excelling in her education, working as a Marketing Executive for a Spa & Health Club, Events and Promotions Staff for a local newspaper as well as blogging for Hearing Like Me.
It’s not easy, but all relationships are difficult.
If you put in some effort for that special person, sometimes they do work out!
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