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Then, even worse, when my grand children are born, they are less likely to learn ASL if their mother is Hearing.
I grew up in a Deaf family, and since I was young, I’ve met deaf people who are in relationships with other deaf people, and deaf people who are in relationships with hearing people.
I’ve seen relationships that work, and don’t work, that stayed together, and sadly (or not so sadly in some cases) broke up.
I can’t say I particularly sympathise with this, because it’s a situation so many Deaf people find themselves in – but on the other hand, you could argue that hearing people aren’t used to coping with this (while us Deafies have had a lifetime’s experience).
Of course, this goes for the Deaf partner too – being left out in a group of hearing people when they meet their partner’s friends.