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A quick search on the Web shows there’s a statistic, (whether accurate or not) “90% divorce rate for deaf-hearing marriages”.

But let’s look at the bigger picture, Ruane said in an interview with deaf REVIEW: “I think the major challenge that people face in relationships is being able to be comfortable with themselves, their own histories, their own 'damage.’ Successful relationships evolve between people who are able to work their damage and co-exist with someone else - in spite of their flaws or weird hang ups.

Also, consider going to a place where you’re a regular and the wait staff knows you (and knows how to take your order).

This applies whether your date is hearing or deaf, because being in a new place with a new person can be nerve-wracking.

But there’s no mistaking that dating with a hearing loss presents unique challenges – and benefits – that advice gurus like Dr. Phil, Ann Landers (of the “Dear Abby” columns) may not have known. S., CRC, LPC, an ASL-fluent counselor who has counseled numerous Deaf/HH clients, for the straight scoop.

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“Stick to familiar stomping grounds such as a restaurant or coffee shop you know has good lighting and acoustics,” suggested Ruane.What can we say, we’re a group of passionate people!While we fully support a community full of passion, we also require that comments are respectful.Chances are also that you’ve fought with a sweetie about the usual suspects (money, in-laws, sex, children, and even the toilet seat left up).The minefield of love and heartbreak is an equal opportunity one.

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