Posted by Dr. Kari Miller, PhD on October 12, 2010 · Leave a Comment
Many of us have experienced dating difficulties. Learn more about the kinds of problems that can get in the way of relationships.
There are some universal truths about dating and relationships that apply to all people, whether or not they have disabilities.
First, the old adage, “You’ve got to love yourself first” is really true. While it is true that attractiveness is somewhat subjective, how a person feels about himself or herself goes a long way toward how attractive others see them. When we feel good about ourselves, we feel we are worthy of attention from others and we feel we have something to offer other people. This is not the false bravado that you see sometimes on reality shows, but rather an inner confidence and comfort in one’s own skin that people find attractive.
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