Hearing impaired dating
If you’re okay with it, then likely he/she will be okay with it.
[...] #3 resist the urge to make communication problems about the hearing loss. #5 If you didn’t hear someone for the nth time, then just say what you heard (or make up something funny) and let the person and you BOTH laugh about it…guys just love a great sense of humour.
I didn’t let my dates know right away about my hearing loss for fear of being rejected but in hindsight I feel that fear was unfounded and all in my head.You can learn more about Elizabeth's services on her Website or Facebook. I picked a place I had never been before, had no family, and knew no one.I prefer someone who can hear normally because it makes my life easier, I know that may sound selfish but, I depend on my guy to hear the things I cannot when we go out in public and he helps me a lot. I have found that it is best to tell people in person about my hearing loss.
In online dating situations, many people will just assume that it will be hard to communicate with someone with a hearing loss and will not continue communicating or attempting a date once knowing this information.Once in a relationship, the best advice I can give is to communicate as much as possible, to work on finding the best means of communication for you and your partner.