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Louise, a twentysomething from Suffolk, has bilateral sensorineural hearing loss of a severe-to-profound nature.
This means that she has "rubbish" (her word) hearing in both ears and, in order to converse, relies on both hearing aids and lip reading. The hearing aids obviously don't fix or make up for the hearing loss, they amplify all sounds.
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It's easier as you can chat to someone without the pressure of having to hear them and you can get to know them first. Like everything, there are specialist dating sites for people with hearing loss – have you ever tried them?
I did think about joining a dating site for deaf people when I was single.
It is the reason behind everything we do and want in life.It was awful and awkward but I saw the funny side of it.Do you think apps like Tinder and Bumble have made it easier or harder?If you did meet someone online, would you tell them about your hearing loss before meeting IRL?I got talking to my current boyfriend first after he friended me on Facebook and I told him after a few minutes of chatting so he could see the real funny and jokey me before I told him I was deaf. Have you ever had anyone react in a less than favourable way?