Unlike normal hearing, I'm unable to adjust and focus on something, for example, someone talking in a loud environment.Instead, everything is amplified, making it very difficult or near-impossible to hear that person. I met my current boyfriend at the leisure centre (where he works) while he was covering for reception. I'd prefer to meet someone in person, although it's difficult for me because of my hearing, and my lack of confidence puts me off.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?And according to a report from Action On Hearing Loss, people with hearing loss are more likely to experience emotional distress and loneliness.
Hearing loss affects 11 million people in the UK – that's around one in six of us.Again, please keep their identity a secret Click on the "Continue" button search with your zip/postal code.Meeting new people can be very difficult these days because we all have busy schedules.So does this mean that deaf people should only date other deaf people? The popularity of social networking sites has all but eliminated the barriers to communication that limited the interaction between those in the deaf community and those outside of it.In fact, you will find that most people prefer this form of interaction over face-to face communication.