Is dating more like a formal interview? Answer this Q before you jump straight onto the tips of ending your lonely singleton life with a partner by your side! Since I have started writing my very own blog, all sorts of questions spring up. Some ask about ways to keep their weaknesses under wraps while others are curious in understanding the basic difference between dating and interviewing. Well, the good news is that dating is nowhere near similar to the concept of interviewing.
Of-course there are people who scrutinize you on your very first meet but that’s only an attempt to get to know you better as a person. Disabled and dating is not much of a favored pair for most people. Apart from the social stigmas which are pretty countless to be frank, people putting up with disability of any kind are scared to come out in public and make a living just like any Tom, Dick or Harry! One of the worst convictions ever – fear of getting judged, rather misjudged by people in large. Obviously you know it better!
In this little post, I am keen on delivering a few dogmas which I think are invaluable in upgrading both your lifestyle and dating life. Disabled or not, having a partner is always a boon. Firstly, you get to kiss goodbye to all those heart-sick days of gloominess and loneliness. Next, you’ve got someone to pour your hearts out to and get cuddled in times of distress. Believe it or not, this plays a major role in scaling up your life for the good.
Disabled and Dating – Things you Need to Master Before your Make a Head Start in the Game!
- Accept what’s missing – So, are you missing a limb or suffering with a weak spine maybe? Cognitive defect or speech disorder? Doesn’t matter much if you have strongly accepted your weakness. One of the very few questions I often get shot with is how to convince people to oversee or better, skip seeing the traits missing in you? Really? Think about it! Why on earth would you like to deceive a person who might be more than willing to share a life with you? Not everyone is a cruiser you see! A lot of good people are there to share a hand and make love to you without any restraints.
- Have faith on yourself – Belief can change life by leaps and bounds. You might be unfortunate in putting up with a disability. However, a little faith can brew some real confidence in you. Why hang hats in a den when a gorgeous life awaits you? Drop by places, hang around with those who you are most comfortable with and date for all the good reasons. Who knows? You might be awe-struck meeting a golden hearted man or a flamboyant damsel down the path of life. Dating sites might be the rightful portal! Don’t bid farewell to the opportunities of steering your life to a good path. Companionship and faith goes hand in hand. Start by showing a little belief in yourself. Others will follow it too!