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A few years ago, however, my views on dating changed when I went to a deaf young leader’s course, and met my boyfriend! It’s such a great feeling to have someone there to talk to, and to actually understand and relate to what you’re going through. Not everything is so serious in our relationship, even when we do argue.
Although he lives 251 miles away from me, we’ve been going strong for 2-and-a-half years. Since I’ve been with him, I’ve interacted with the “Deaf world” more, as I now have Deaf friends! We always have a laugh about this one time when we argued about the most pointless thing – who was deafer!
Personally, I’ve been in a deaf-hearing relationship before, and it didn’t work out.
I wouldn’t say it was my deafness that ended it, as I am very capable in life with communicating, but I’d just like to point out that he could have been more understanding with my needs.
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(Like he didn’t get my attention when talking to me, or couldn’t be bothered to repeat what he said…
so the whole thing didn’t work anyway.) After this experience, I had doubts about whether I was ever going to be in a relationship again.