So it is the beginning of February and next week is valentines day. It doesn’t really matter if we have a disability or not as we still have feelings. We can still have a special relationship with that person. There are still things we want and expect. Leading up to the special day! ARE YOU STRUGGLING WITH IDEAS FOR THE SPECIAL DAY? I get it you probably think it's completely crazy to think that those with such a disability as cerebral palsy. however, we do want and deserve the same attention to the person who looks like a model. DON’T WORRY I GOT YOU COVERED WHEN IT COMES TO BOTH FREE AND BOUGHT PRESENTS. BY THE TIME YOU’VE DONE READING THIS POST YOU WILL BE ABLE TO: Have ideas for free treats for the person you love. Inexpensive presents for that special person. Expensive present ideas. HERE IS THE AMAZING IDEA LIST FOR FREE. A massage. A foot rub. A meal of food already in the house An indoor picnic of snacks is already in the house. A bath with candles etc. Some of the time.
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Are you alone or with that special person? I know what it's like to be alone and with that special one. I really hope you are getting the day you deserve or showing the person you love the best they deserve. I mentioned in my post last week what you can do for free. What if you're alone? This isn't the time to feel self-pity because you are an amazing person and deserve the best you can do for yourself. It might be a shower or bath. Sitting down with a cup of tea or your favourite drink. No matter it's taking time for yourself and recharging your energy. This is best done daily but even once a week is a good start. What happens if you don't do it enough? If you don't do this self-care you will end up burning yourself out. This could be emotionally, physically or mentally. Perhaps even all three ways. At which point you will be ill and possibly have to take months potentially years off. Which is not what you want. But doing these self-care things will help you