(♪♪♪) Hi everybody! So today we’re going to be talking about relationships. Now as you might have noticed or maybe you don’t know she is Deaf. Nothing nothing and I am hearing. Holla! So obviously it’s different being Deaf, being hearing. So our relationship might be a little bit different than most people think.

So today we are going to talk about what are some tips for having a successful Deaf/hearing relationship. Ok tip 1 is you have to accept the other person’s culture. She has a hearing and I have am Deaf. So you have to respect each other’s upbrining, a different environment, different background. You have to respect and understand that maybe they think or behave differently

and you have to accept that. Right like there are some things that Deaf people do that you might not be used to. Like I know in some hearing families or in general, people don’t like being touched. often and something that I’ve noticed with Deaf people is they’re very huggy and very touchy. There is not a lot of personal space with Deaf people because it’s visual and it’s moving. So that’s something you have to learn to accept and there might be other things between you two and again it’s really gonna depend like… how I don’t want to say how Deaf you are.

You know, like if your partner or yourself being Deaf you grew up in a very strong Deaf household. It might be al little bit more different than if you grew up in a hearing household. In general you have to accept each other. Tip 2 now this might sound a little bit uh rude… I don’t know but I’m just gonna be honest with you. Umm as a Deaf person who is marrying a hearing person, do not assume

that they’re going to become your automatic interpreter. So when you go out and you’re doing… don’t just assume they’re gonna interpret everything for you and it’s gonna be perfect and it’s like having a personal 24 hour interpreter. That would be nice but it ain’t… no no no no. As a hearing person you have to understand that you might have to interpret for your partner, your husband, your wife, whatever out in situations that you kinda really don’t want to. I interpret as a job. So when I come home sometimes

I am done, but if we go out and let’s say we go to… I don’t know a tour, or we do something that there is no interpreter there. I might have to end up interpreting for her even if I don’t want to, but I love her and I accept that. I think one really important thing is to kinda agree on that. Like we kinda agreed if I feel I don’t want to interpret something I don’t have to. So it’s really up to me. I think that’s really important you set up that boundary.

How to Save Your Marriage And Stop Divorce Complete Guide for 2015

Hey, it’s Brad Browning here and I’m amarriage and breakup expert from Vancouver, Canada. And in this tutorial, I’m going toteach you how to prevent separation or divorce and save your marriage. This is obviouslygoing to be a huge topic and I’m going to cover as much as I can in this tutorial. So sittight and be sure to watch this entire clip, because I’m going to teach you things thatmost couples will never know about building a loving marriage. First of all, let me tell you who this tutorialis for. This tutorial is for people whose husband or wife announced that they’re no longerhappy in their marriage. You may have heard

painful things like, “I’m just not happyanymoreâ€�, “I don’t love youâ€�, or “I’m leaving you.â€� Or, maybe they’ve alreadyleft you. No matter the case, I know how extremely difficult, stressful, and heartbreaking thissituation is… and I know how hopeless you might feel at this very moment. So I’m goingto start off this long tutorial by telling you that there IS light at the end of this longtunnel. With the proper guidance, help, and attitude, it is possible to turn your marriagearound despite how adamant your spouse may be on divorce. I know this because I’veseen thousands of so called “hopelessâ€� couples turn it around – and I know exactlyhow they did it.

With that being said, rebuilding a brokenmarriage is a rocky road. Sometimes, things can get a little worse before they get better,and it takes a lot of devotion on your part to make things better. However, I promiseyou that if you watch this whole tutorial and follow my advice very closely, you’ll havethe best chance possible of rebuilding that marriage you and your spouse deserve. But before I get into what TO do to save yourmarriage, I first need to tell you about what NOT to do. The vast majority of married couplesthat I coach commit almost all of these very damaging mistakes. And I know that some ofyou might be in a situation where your spouse

isn’t willing to work on the marriage, butin a minute, I’ll tell you why that’s okay, and why it’s even more important foryou to learn these common mistakes before you go down the road of rebuilding a newer,happier marriage. Some of this stuff you may already know, butit’s important to remember these mistakes before you cause any further damage to yourmarriage – and these are tips that will have an immediate impact on your relationship. I like to call these mistakes my “Big MaritalMistakesâ€�. Big Marital Mistakes 1 – Initiating needlessconflict with your spouse. When you’re trying

to fix a broken marriage and you’re feelingdesperate, chances are things can spiral out of control very easily… (and I think youknow what I’m talking about). You think that if you could just talk to your spouseabout all your problems and find common ground, your marriage will magically fix itself andget better. But usually, this isn’t the case. While communicating with your spouse is importantin rebuilding a marriage, what your marriage does NOT need right now is another argumentor fight. Even if your partner says something antagonizing or wants to bring up a touchysticky issue at the moment, do your best to

avoid conflict politely. Don’t ignore yourspouse or discount any of their concerns, but you need to ensure that the discussiondoesn’t end up in a screaming match. You can say something along the lines of, “Iknow this is a real concern right now and I want to resolve this issue, but can we discussthis later?â€� Try and be as nonconfrontational as possible– at least for now – until you learn how you can manage how to handle your argumentslater. I’ll get to what I call my “Dispute Defusing Systemâ€� later in this tutorial. Ifyou have any questions or concerns about this common mistake, please be sure to ask questionsin the comments section below. I’ll do my

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