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The Disability Advantage: Keeping New Year’s Resolutions

January 01, 2015
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Autism-Leads-to-Successful-Careers-Disability-LivingCan individuals with disabilities make and keep New Year’s resolutions? Absolutely! While people with restrictions and limitations may have increased struggles in fulfilling certain New Year’s resolutions, success can still be had. In fact, people with disabilities   may be better equipped than able-bodied people to keep New Year’s resolutions.

People With Disabilities Have What It Takes To Keep New Year’s Resolutions

Did you know that some individuals with disabilities may be especially equipped to keep New Year’s resolutions? This is because people with certain restrictions and limitations have extensive experience with overcoming hardships. Some disabilities require a person to be very resilient, resourceful, patient, and determined. Imagine how helpful these qualities would be to someone attempting to keep a New Year’s resolution, such as reaching long term weight loss goals. Indeed, individuals with disabilities may have an easier time sticking to New Year’s resolutions than some able-bodied people.

Resolve To Increase Awareness Of The Disability Community’s Potential

As an individual with a disability, we’re sure you are aware of the prejudices that exist toward people with physical, mental, emotional, and intellectual restrictions and limitations. Many times, people are unaware of the fact that individuals with disabilities are capable of achieving great things. The best way to display the greatness that lies within you is to achieve great things in 2015! Even if a goal seems too big for you to accomplish, resolve to take steps toward it this coming year. Simply moving toward your dreams will cause others to become more aware of the extraordinary abilities that you possess.

What Are Your New Year’s Resolutions?

Have you made any New Year’s resolutions for 2015? How will these resolutions be affected by your disability? Will your disability make these resolutions easier or more difficult to stick to? If you do not have any resolutions for 2015, perhaps now would be a great time to write some down and then create a “game plan” for fulfilling them. Share with us by leaving a comment on this blog post.

Share Your Success With Us!

Have you made New Year’s resolutions in the past only to watch them go unfulfilled? If so, you are certainly not alone. Each year, many deal with disappointment and even anger with themselves over unsuccessful New Year’s resolutions. However, don’t let disappointment get the best of you. Instead, let’s look to the people who have achieved lofty goals and be encouraged by their accomplishments.

If you have had success keeping your New Year’s resolutions, we would absolutely love to hear from you and learn the tips and tricks that helped keep you on target. Leave a comment on this blog post to share with us. We congratulate you on reaching your goal and look forward to learning your success secrets!

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