Dating someone hard of hearing

I have wonderful sons, I love them so much and I have given up a lot to raise them.

Now I am ready to date and trying to meet men on line, and chatting with them seems to go well; but as soon as I let them know that I am deaf they have stopped talking to me as if I had leprosy or something.

I’m lucky I found someone early in my life so I didn’t have to deal with the stressful dating game for long.

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Non-essential calls can wait.) *If you take this date to a party, introduce your date and let them know that she or he is deaf.

Sometimes, people knew some sign language — you never know.

That can scare the parents into committing to the pathological point of view. "We have this surgery," "We have these marvelous Hearing Aids that can help your child! Deaf and hearing people who adopt the cultural perspective embrace deafness as a unique difference and do not focus on the disability aspect.

A deaf person who is focused on the pathological perspective may declare, "I'm not deaf, I'm hard of hearing! An About Visitor on the Pathological Point of View When Hearing parents have a Deaf child what’s the first thing they do? Sign language is "ok," and in fact may be viewed as the natural language of deaf people, because visual communication is a natural way to respond when you cannot hear.

I hate to LABEL myself “I am deaf.” Then they say, “Oh, can you read my lips?