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, London, United Kingdom I have found love from last year June 2010.

We are engaged at the moment and will be getting married next year summer 2012.

Its hard to meet men who aren’t scared of deaf people; the ones I meet seem not willing to try to be patient or to know me better.

They never find out I’m a lot of fun like other people in general; and I like the outdoors, riding bikes, and camping.

I also have job, because I can do anything but hear.

Romance says this is true of any date, not just a deaf person.] Understand that a deaf person probably can’t tell what you’re saying when you’re talking into a cell phone, so it’s polite to let your date know why you’re answering the phone and what the call is about (for example, it’s work calling, or someone who is ill.

"It would've been so awkward if there was an interpreter in between us translating," Stephen replied. John-Charles told Stephen that he usually ends up communicating via his mobile phone when he goes on dates with men who can't sign. "Growing up I had a really severe speech impediment, to the point where I couldn't even fully pronounce my own name properly," Stephen explained.

His difficulty communicating with family and friends during his early years made him want to learn another form of communication, so he decided to do a degree in Deaf Studies at university. So well, in fact, that they both wanted to see one another again.

Although it’s wrong to dislike someone just because of a difference, it’s human nature. Romance about returning to the dating pool: I want to tell you a short story about myself. It’s hard for me to fit in, because this society doesn’t understand about us very well.

I was married to hearing man for 13 years and we’ve been divorced for 10 years .

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