Dating someone with hearing problems
Women turn the other way when I tell them about it. I would welcome the chance to date a woman with a hearing impairment. Otherwise you end up with TWO frustrated individuals. Being attracted to a woman who reminds me - in any way - of my mother is just creepy. I still don't think I'd have a major problem, depending on the severity of the hearing loss.They act like I am a nobody when I tell them because I am not "mr. If it was partial and not localized to one side (thus eliminating the similarity mentioned above) then no problem.And I don't think many guys would turn down Marlee Matlin.Plentyoffish dating forums are a place to meet singles and get dating advice or share dating experiences etc.Hopefully you will all have fun meeting singles and try out this online dating thing...If you haven't date one before, would you still date a woman who wears a hearing aid? So I looked at her profile and we were not that far apart in age or location or interests. And brunettes, while I'm at it, because she was one of them too.I would appreciate your honest input about your experience with a hearing-impaired person. I haven't dated a hearing impaired women before but would have no problems doing so. Those with a hearing impairment or those of us that are hard of hearing, (Ho H) don't always have a speech impediment.Remember that we are the largest free online dating service, so you will never have to pay a dime to meet your soulmate. I'm fairly new to online dating and I'm hearing-impaired.
Luckily for me, IM, text message, and e-mail makes communicating with friends much easier.While I have many positive and negative experience with dating regular guys, I would like to hear about your experience (good or bad) with dating a hearing-impaired woman. No, really, there was a woman on here once saying this and that about how guys never contacted her and how when she contacted them they didn't even reply. Now I judge all women with hearing impairment through that experience.Oops, I saw by your profile you're looking for a woman? But i thought i could make the most of it by moving in closer to her. The Ho H group can become frustrated early and tired quick because we expend so much energy trying to figure out what people are saying. I did once meet a woman I was interested in, and I'll admit that it did feel rather strange when she asked to trade seats with me so she could use her 'good ear'...Well then disregard what I said previously about the right guy if this is the case. I lost half my hearing at birth due to some defect. And those of us that don't read lips well are twice as tired as the next after a "normal" conversation. he has to know his own limitations and be honest about them. God, please give me a hearing-impaired woman who won't complain about the noise.... but that's just because it was the sort of thing my mother always did.
I am actually very good friends with a married couple where she is deaf and she and I got along great, even began learning some sign language. While I have many positive and negative experience with dating regular guys, I would like to hear about your experience (good or bad) with dating a hearing-impaired woman. I'm losing my hearing due to a disorder that can't be cured, and wear a hearing aid on occasion.
Granted it has it's barriers, but they can be easily overcome and the right guy should be more than willing to do what it takes to make it work. She also had a speech problem due to her hearing loss. If you haven't date one before, would you still date a woman who wears a hearing aid? I tell guys up front that there's the possibility that I could be cold stone deaf one day, but in the meanwhile, I need a guy that has more patience than most. although that's more likely due to a lack of interest on their part.