What Gianluca and I found really useful was to have regular ‘micro-dates’ where we could discuss what was and what was not working in our relationship, especially when it comes to hearing loss and communication.
It’s a time that we can openly discuss how we’re feeling and how we can improve our communication. ), and we decide together what we both can do differently to ensure we’re always heard.
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He treated me like a dependent that couldn’t do anything by herself, like drive a car or move house.
My next relationship was with a deaf man, and we just understood each other, it was very easy.
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It’s a very real frustration, and if your partner is not willing to accommodate you, then you don’t have to put up with them either.They are of the belief that deaf-hearing relationships are just like any other relationship – you get to know and understand one another’s needs and wants, and then you adjust and adapt.Your hearing partner will get used to watching TV with subtitles, and you’ll also have to get used to how they do certain things, for example having breakfast for dinner three times a week.Many people outside the deaf community don’t realize that hearing ability is on a spectrum in the deaf community, and that folks who are deaf don’t all use the same forms of communication.Asking out a deaf person on a date involves finding the best way to talk to your crush, and also being respectful of their deafness and their identity.I didn’t have to explain my deafness or communication, and that included conversing with his family.