When we decide to TRY SOMETHING NEW, TAKE A RISK, PUSH OUR BOUNDARIES, CHALLENGE OUR EXISTING BELIEFS, we get…DEFINING MOMENTS that then CHANGE OUR LIVES.

Dating, Relationships and Disability: How to Have Confidence and Succeed, closes for enrollment TONIGHT AT 9:00pm (EST).

This online dating course and coaching program, designed from both my personal experience of working through the barriers to finding love and helping others to work through the specific challenges that come along with dating and developing relationships with a disability, will not be offered again for nearly a year.

Take a step to invest in yourself. Dating, Relationships and Disability Payment Options. Check out the FAQs.

 

Doing this, can bring the SCARIEST moments we ever experience and afterwards – and probably for the rest of our lives – we are PROFOUNDLY GRATEFUL that they occurred.

Watch me in a Live Video today at 1:00pm (EST) if you’re looking for some additional encouragement that this dating and coaching program could change things for you.

I had that moment and it forever changed who I was as a person who lives with a disability and it was the beginning of life completely changing for me. I tell you this story because I believe the same can happen to YOU.

And it may not be about finding love or a relationship for you, but it may be about…

Stepping into a whole new way of being in the world with the STRENGTH of your DISABILITY.

If you’ve been following me for any bit of time, you know the story of how I met my husband. Near the end of our first date, big tears began to well up in his eyes and roll down his cheeks as he confessed how uncomfortable he was with my disability and how much he was struggling.

My heart sank, and for an instant I thought, I am never going on another date. Then I took a deep breath and let go of that thought.

I choose differently and it changed my life.

I decided not to go into the victimhood of “It’s so unfair,” or “This is hard,” or even “When you have a disability, dating is impossible.”

Instead, I chose to embrace myself as a person with a disability, because THERE WAS REALLY NO OTHER PLACE TO BE.

I felt my years of working on myself come to fruition. I felt compassion for Scott and his struggle. With this compassion, I could listen more with my heart and not take what he was saying personally.

I decided to take a risk, to fully claim WHO I WAS AS BOTH A PERSON WITH A DISABILITY AND A POTENTIAL PARTNER.

I breathed deeply again and told him how much I liked him and that I wanted to get to know him more. I stood strong in my love and acceptance of myself in the face of not having my feelings reciprocated. We decided Scott would contact me if he resolved that he wanted to get to know me better.

You can watch below to see what happened next, but I guess the fact that he’s my husband gives the story away. :)

 

I tell you this story because it’s not just my story, but it could be yours as well.

Confidence, taking risks, and reaching for what YOU want leads to a very happy life, no matter what challenges your disability sends your way. It can get so discouraging at times, but if you can grow that part of you that knows YOUR WORTH and VALUE, let that ALWAYS BE YOUR GUIDING FORCE.

Dating, Relationships and Disability: How to Have Confidence and Succeed, closes for enrollment TONIGHT AT 9:00pm (EST).

This online dating course and coaching program, designed from both my personal experience of working through the barriers to finding love and helping others to work through the specific challenges that come along with dating and developing relationships with a disability, will not be offered again for nearly a year.

Take a step to invest in yourself. Dating, Relationships and Disability Payment Options. Check out the FAQs.

Here’s a quick overview for you, as well as the enrollment link.

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