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How about a deaf wife and a blind husband?

How about a deaf wife and a blind husband?A good marriage would be between a blind wife and a deaf husband. - Michel de Montaigne (1533-1592) I See Said

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How about a deaf wife and a blind husband?

A good marriage would be between a blind wife and a deaf husband.

- Michel de Montaigne (1533-1592)

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I See Said the Blind Poet - A Incipit planksip Inspiration

How about a deaf wife and a blind husband?

Inspired by Michel de Montaigne (1533-1592)'s quote, "A good marriage would be between a blind wife and a deaf husband". The titled responsion is

A good marriage is based on trust and respect and it should be that way even in the absence of physical affection. If there is no physical affection in your marriage, you are missing out on a lot of good things.

There are many people who live in a good marriage despite their disability, but these people are rare. When a person is without an auditory sense, their level of emotional intelligence and sensitivity goes down dramatically.

A good marriage is one where the partner has been able to communicate clearly with their spouse. It is important for them to listen to what the other person wants and needs. This makes communication easier and allows both partners to be together in good times and bad times.

A deaf husband and wife may need some help in communicating. When this is the case, there are a number of ways to get their attention and communicate with them effectively.

There are a lot of ways to communicate with a deaf husband or wife. For example, it may require the assistance of a sign language interpreter to get through the problem areas in the speech. There are also a number of hearing aids available for this purpose. However, if the husband or wife is deaf, the hearing aides will be too expensive.

The first thing you can do to help a deaf husband or wife is to keep their eyes open. This could involve using an eye patch, or having sunglasses or contact lenses. There are many reasons why people develop vision problems in this day and age, but it is very important for a deaf spouse to be alert.

In addition, it is also important for a deaf spouse to know when they need help with something. This could mean using hand gestures, body language or some combination of these methods. This is particularly important in situations where the partner is having difficulty reading. If they are unable to hear an instruction, they should be aware of it.

A good marriage between a deaf husband and wife is one where they listen and talk to each other, rather than ignore each other. This will go a long way toward improving communication skills. and communication between them and their spouses.

If a deaf husband or wife is having trouble understanding you, they can learn sign language. When they have mastered the language, it will be more easy for them to understand and interact with their spouses. The fact that they are learning the language also helps them to develop a close relationship.

It is also important for a deaf spouse to understand that he or she cannot hear everything. The fact that they are hearing impaired does not mean that they cannot have their own emotions or needs. It simply means that they can not hear the verbal expression of these needs, either consciously or unconsciously.

A deaf husband or wife must recognize that they are loved and respected. They can not take for granted the ability to hear their spouse's voice and their feelings.

The deaf spouse must be taught how to listen to the partner without interrupting. This is something that is learned over time. This way, the husband or wife will be able to read the signals that their spouse is making.

A deaf husband or wife can learn to communicate and listen to their partner better. This is important in maintaining a good marriage. If the couple were able to do that, they will be able to maintain an open mind and be open to suggestions from their spouse. They will be able to be receptive to help if needed.


Michel de Montaigne

Published 2 years ago