And that my friend, is a very good thing. Yes, we’re of course, talking about dating with a disability. Although, this can apply to life with a disability in general as well.

For now, however, it’s all about dating. Not just because there’s a promotion going on of Dating, Relationships, and Disability: How to Have Confidence and Succeed πŸ’•πŸ™Œ with some great bonuses, but because I really want YOU to feel more in control of your dating and relationship success.

Tell me if you can relate to this. You find yourself thinking if he/she only looked at me, took an interest in me, found me attractive. Disability or not, in the dating scene I think people tend to give the power to the other person.

What would happen, though, if you pulled that power back to yourself? How would that change your experience around dating and opening yourself up to relationships?

Chances are you would feel more in control, empowered, and – this is key here – be able to own your worth more in relationships.

What does this look like? Your attention is on what you have to give, not how or if they notice you. You keep the focus on yourself and not what they’re thinking. You’re strong in what you know you bring to any relationship.

Now this doesn’t happen magically. Would be nice if we could wave a wand and become confident and empowered in opening our hearts to another.

No, it takes work. Lots of it. It takes insight and self-awareness. It requires your willingness to be vulnerable and look within. It takes an openness to try new ways of thinking and new habits.

In order to succeed in dating with a disability, you have to really pull all your attention inward (for a while at least), know and own the power within you, and stop giving it to who you’re hoping to date.

Four Crucial Tools For Success

Dating, Relationships, and Disability: How to Have Confidence and Succeed πŸ’•πŸ™Œ breaks this down for you and helps you to do this by giving you these four crucial tools:

  1. Positive Beliefs – for developing a more positive view of self and your disability
  2. Increased Confidence in Dating – specifically in the dating scene and with the vulnerability that comes with opening your heart to another
  3. Identify Your Power to Attract – knowing and having the resolve to stay strong in what you bring to a relationship
  4. Finding the Right Partner for You – create clarity in what YOU want in a relationship and how to foster healthy boundaries for dating and relationship success

Through June 7 when you purchase Dating, Relationships, and Disability: How to Have Confidence and Succeed πŸ’•πŸ™Œ, you also get a free coaching session for your specific dating and relationship issues and a complimentary copy of the mini-course Healthy Sexuality and Relationships.

Need some beginning help? Get 10 Affirmations for Confidently Dating with a Disability here.