Disabled and looking for love? Feeling dejected that you’re going to spend another Valentine’s Day without someone to love and support you? We’re here to help you make a change in your life, to find confidence, love and happiness. How? By reading our 5 tips for finding love this Valentine’s week from someone who’s been there and done it.
Mik Scarlet is just like you. He’s a disabled person doing his best to make it in a world that often doesn’t understand us, notice us or even downright rejects us!
As people with disabilities, we face a million different obstacles to finding love in this world.
If you’ve ever felt that society ignores you, doesn’t understand you or doesn’t feel you’re worthy of love, then you’re NOT alone.
If you’ve ever felt that your disability makes you less attractive or less of a ‘catch’ than everyone else, then you’re NOT alone.
If you feel obligated to ‘overcompensate’ for your disability or ‘work harder’ in relationships because of it, then you’re NOT alone.
If you’re afraid that your disability will make it much harder or even impossible to find the kind of partner you want, then you’re NOT alone.
But it doesn’t have to be that way. People like Mik are living proof…
What separates Mik for all other disabled people is that he’s been lucky enough to find lasting love, even in this hostile world. He’s been happily married for more than 20 years to the love of his life and today he’s going to share his top 5 tips for finding love that lasts.