You can mention that you have a "disability" but be discreet.Maybe she'll just end up being a good/ best friend.*Men, your entitled to your own secrets or personal information that are of a "need to know" bases. Well from me being raised in a deaf family and me myself being hearing, I have seen a lot of things...
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Communication is an important issue in any relationship, but if you are deaf or dating someone who is hearing-impaired, the added obstacle can be very frustrating. The biggest source of frustration for many deaf or hard-of-hearing people when they are dating a hearing person is when their partner doesn’t invest the effort to make themselves understood.
Few things are more infuriating to hear for hearing-impaired people than“ nevermind” or “it’s not important.” These phrases sound demeaning and belittling, even if that’s not what the speaker intended.
Remember, you meeting a girl on here for the first time doesn't mean a set "match made in heaven".
Give her a run for her money(if she doesn't have you first,lol).
some people just might find it romantic =~) happy fishing bro and good luck, and believe me You and I are in the same boat, cept I am in california on the titanic and its sinking quick =~(~P. I work off and on for a group called Disabled In Action.
My mother used to teach for a deaf and blind school and taught me and siblings sign language before we started elementary school.and you should know that your answers make sense to me most of the time, and i do like it when i see a woman who's smarter than me giving common sense answers... i'm wondering and would like more input since you generally do know a lot about stuff I have and would again....I corresponded with a deaf man for a few months online.because i'm intelligent, know how to love another person, and if some people cant understand that others are perfectly willing to date deaf guys, then they're emotionally immature.'nuff said Back in high school I dated a guy who was not only deaf, but his entire family was deaf, he was a sweet heart but he always had problems finding dates because of communication issues, as long as you can communicate I can't see that you would have to much issue, but sign does make things difficult Well I m deaf guy many time meet woman they shy dont understand and dislike deaf of that sign lauange what the **** but half woman and men dont understand deaf ppl half ppl understand lot learn deaf ppl that strangers I don't think it should matter if your deaf or not. For me it would be no problem cause I have family members who are deaf.Share it only to those you care about.**guys like "mrknowsitall" don't know jack, just how to troll and spout nonsense. profile is a pile of crap made just for the purpose of stinking up a site and meant for trolling the best of people intentions. for starters I think a person can come to cope with someone if they are really wanting to be with that person, if a person hasnt interacted with a deaf person before then they might not know what to expect.Another thing I have witnessed is that for a hearing conversation it can take 30 seconds, for a hearing person and a deaf person to communicate minus the sign language it can take 10 x's as long to have a conversation.Thing is, why would you expect a woman to date a deaf guy? That he should stick to his "own kind" or just give up trying to find women to date....If you were not deaf and had otherwise nothing wrong with you, would you seriously consider dating a woman with one leg missing? I would have thought with you being from Berkeley you'd be more relaxed and open minded.... I would base who I choose to date on his character traits, etc., not his ability to hear.What I might try to do is inform them of course that I am deaf and inquiry on if they would like to learn.. The thing to remember is, some women think "oh no problem", when in reality once they are in the situation, it become "oh that is a problem".I think anyone would be thrilled to learn a communication that isnt audio but visual, a visual communication that is fluid like water and as beautiful as speaking French, ya never know... Dating is tough regardless of abilities and disabilities, just stick with it and you will find a patient caring woman that doesn't have a problem with your situation. I have no problem dating a deaf man or a man that has some other physical difference.