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Louise, a twentysomething from Suffolk, has bilateral sensorineural hearing loss of a severe-to-profound nature.

This means that she has "rubbish" (her word) hearing in both ears and, in order to converse, relies on both hearing aids and lip reading. The hearing aids obviously don't fix or make up for the hearing loss, they amplify all sounds.

Between dating apps and ghosting, f**k boys and breadcrumbing, it's a wonder that population growth hasn't stalled thanks to how flipping hard it can be to meet anyone you'd like to do anything more with than shake hands.

Hearing loss affects 11 million people in the UK – that's around one in six of us.

And according to a report from Action On Hearing Loss, people with hearing loss are more likely to experience emotional distress and loneliness.

I got talking to my current boyfriend first after he friended me on Facebook and I told him after a few minutes of chatting so he could see the real funny and jokey me before I told him I was deaf. Have you ever had anyone react in a less than favourable way?

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