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Forum members advised each other on deaf-hearing relationships (snippets follow):"husband...finally getting around to doing the fingerspelling occasionally ..a little bit of sign here and there.
He's not comfortable with it and never will be..."-FUZZYPEN"...husband is very difficult to lip-read...promised before we were married to learn signs but after we married, that was the end of his learning signs because it is easier for him to talk......would marry him again..marry him until he mastered it..skills made it too easy once we were married.
If he gets mad or makes excuses then he is not right for you..."-DEE72072"married to a hearing woman...didn't start losing my hearing until I was 15, so I didn't need to sign while I was growing up.
Since losing my hearing..a point of learning some SL.....
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In my work with the hard of hearing I often encounter people signing, and I have long wanted to learn how to communicate at least the basics. We played guessing games to increase eye-brain speed.This is a common problem in "mixed marriages." ..him down and tell him that he has to learn because you guys aren't communicating.It is easier for him to learn signs and impossible for you to learn to hear..."-BLUIZJUDY"..wouldnt learn SL...wasnt that hard on me but...sometimes I couldnt understand him. Start talking to him in SL and act like you cant understand him at all if he tries to talk to you without signing or make him repeat all the time and eventually he would get tired of repeating himself and then he would ask you for some help in learning the SL.We did learn some basics, such as how to say "hello" and "goodbye" (just as you would in English, a hand signal of greeting and a little wave goodbye), "thank you" and "you're welcome." But the class worked better as an introduction for people who intended to go on to master ASL, since it included many vocabulary words I'm unlikely to ever use in my typical interaction (halter top? In the first few classes we learned terms for discussing extended family. " I found it hard enough to master father, mother, sister and brother.For instance, "Is your cousin older than your brother? And watching the teacher and then trying to repeat the signs is tricky: It's a mirror image.