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Living with a disability can be tough, there is no denying that. However, that doesn’t mean that you should let your condition hold you back from doing what you want or getting where you want to be in life. There are many people, all across the globe, who have a disability yet have still been able to achieve some fantastic things. Their stories should inspire you and make you want to be the best version of you that you can be, despite your physical or mental limitations.

What are your goals for life?

What have you included in your bucket list?

We all have these various dreams, and I’m sure that most of us will do whatever can to make all of these dreams a reality. There will always be issues and hurdles in the way that we need to deal with before we can do that, of course, and most people are able to overcome this. Unfortunately, some of the problems that stand in the way for disabled people are quite a lot larger, and they might seem sometimes impossible to overcome. However, with a little dedication and perseverance, you will see that nothing is ever completely impossible, even if you do have a disability.

Are you ready to achieve more in your life and live your best version of you?

Here’s how you can do that even if you do have a disability that may be holding you back.

Always Listen To Your Doctor

First of all, it’s always good to point out that you should always listen to your doctor. They will offer you a lot of advice when it comes to your condition, and it is really necessary that you take this. Your doctors will be able to tell you everything you need to know in order to keep your physical and mental discomfort down to a minimum. Not only that, though, but they will also be able to provide you with all the necessary medication that you might need to help keep pain at bay. It really is important that you take all your doctor’s advice and any medicines that they give to you. These will help relieve any pain and discomfort that you might have from the disability, and will allow you to lead as normal a life as possible.


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Go After Your Dream Job

Who says you can’t bag your dream job just because you have a disability?

There are lots of people out there who are have been able to get the job that they have always dreamed of despite their disability. You just need to know how you are going to get there. For instance, it’s worth researching companies to find out which ones are the most willing to take on disabled new hires. It could also be useful to contact a few disability employment services as they are great resources for job seekers. They can offer you access to mentors and can also help you grow your skills using their range of courses and training sessions. When it comes to finding a new job, don’t ever let your disability hold you back. Thousands of disabled individuals out there haven’t, and they are now in their dream jobs as a result!

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Don’t Compare Yourself To Others

It can be ever so easy to compare ourselves to others these days. That’s especially the case now that social media use is at its highest ever. However, no matter how tempting it may be, you really shouldn’t be comparing yourself to anyone else. We all have our own individual sets of capabilities, and these will affect how we are able to live our lives. For instance, your disability might affect your capabilities, which means that you aren’t able to do something that an able-bodied person can do. But you shouldn’t let this get you down – I’m sure that there is something else that you are good at that other people aren’t able to do as well. Rather than always making comparisons to other people, focus on your own strengths and consider how you can use them to your advantage.


Try Not To Live Up To Others’ Expectations

As well as not making comparisons with other people’s lives, you also should be careful when it comes to trying to live up to others’ expectations of you. There might be some very small-minded people out there who have very small expectations of you just because of your disability. These judgements are completely wrong, of course, and it is crucial that you don’t let them get you down or think that these expectations are all that you are capable of. Listening to other people’s expectations of you is good in one sense, though, as it gives you something to try and beat. Just imagine their faces when you go above and beyond what they expected of you!

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Accept Help From Friends And Family

Sometimes it can be all too easy to feel quite proud and not want to accept help from the ones we love. However, I’m sure that your friends and relatives will be offering to help you because they want to do so and not because they pity you. In fact, accepting their help could be really useful for you and it could really help you out. After all, we all need a little help from our friends every now and then!

Connect With Others In A Similar Situation

It’s always good to try and meet new people and make new friends. While you are trying to increase your network and meet more people, it’s worth trying to look out for those who are in a similar situation to you. These could be people who have the exact same disability as you or just others who are living with long-term health conditions. You’ll be able to chat with these people about your own unique situation, and swap advice and tips for living with a disability. Not only that, though, but I’m sure that you will all be able to inspire each other and encourage one another to keep on living your best lives!

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Try To Stay Fit And Healthy

If you fall ill or end up in bad shape, you won’t be able to live life to the full. So, it’s always best to try and stick to a healthy diet and get as much exercise as you are able to. Of course, your disability might prevent you from being very active, but there might be some gentle exercises that you are able to do and that help keep you supple and flexible. You might get some inspiration for exercises at this link here. When it comes to your diet, try and eat more fresh fruit and vegetables while cutting down on sugars and fats. Not only will this help you maintain a healthy weight, but it can also give you a lot more energy throughout the day.

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Know Your Limitations

We all have limitations, and it is important that you know what yours are so that you never push yourself too far. If you do push yourself and try to go past your limitations, you might run the risk of injuring yourself. So, always be respectful of the constraints that are on your body and mind so that you never end up in too much pain.

As you can see, living with a disability doesn’t always have to hold you back in life. If you follow all of these tips, you can be the best version of you!

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About The Author

I am a Business LifeStyle coach who specialises in working with artists, designers, crafters and all creative professionals. Myself and my partner Stuart Horrex are here to help you to achieve your Life & business goal and dreams. We have had over 20 years experience in finance, retail,furniture,food,wine fashion,crafts and hospitality.

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