Keep Hope in Your Life
Steps to find Hope
We all need a little bit of hope in our lives. I we don't have hope there is nothing left to be here for. Hope is that little emotion that keeps us going when the going is tough. It's that little ingredient of life that lets you know that life may be hard today but there is a chance that tomorrow will be so good that it makes up for today.
- Dream big - people who dream big, or have high hopes are more likely to reach their goals.
- Realize that no one has total control over your life - you are the only person who can truly contol what you think and feel.
- Accept that your dreams are a possiblity, but are not quaranteed to come true -
- Be willing to take a risk - you will never achieve your hopes and dreams if you are afraid to try.
- Think positively - negative thoughts will slow you down every time. You begin second guessing yourself and stall in one spot.
- Planning is a big part of achieving your hopes. Without planning and going over your hopes you have no way to find the way to achieve them.
- Always ask yourself why you are hoping for this particular event or happening. If it is something that does not uphold your daily values, you need to find something else to hope for.
- Ask others for help - share your hopes with someone you trust. They may have an idea how to achieve your hope and dream.
- Look within yourself for a way to fulfill your hopes and dreams. Keep positive thoughts and work towards your goal.
- Find the good in everything. Just because you hope for something does not mean you will achieve it. Sometimes it is not the right thing for you.
"Anybody who has ever struggled to plant his feet onto the floor in the morning knows that life can be hard; it can be stressful; it can be overwhelming. But each of those negative, less than optimal feelings immediately takes a back seat to the inspirational power of hope."— Shawn L Anderson
- Make a plan for your life - without a plan you are floating through life without a clear path to follow.
- Start imagining yourself reaching a goal, feeling better, making a dream come true. Hope begins in the the brain, it begins with positive thinking.
- Look at the people around you, you will notice the happiest ones are the ones who have hopes and dreams in their lives. Immulate them.
- Take small steps towards living a more hopeful life. As you feel yourself thinking more positively you will find everything around you seeming to miraculously changing. Take baby steps at first, afterall, Rome wasn't built in a day.
- If your hopes are centered on a better life due to a better job - go out and get some training. Volunteering sometimes leads to a grat job offer. you can learn the ropes and show how valuable you can be.
- Decide that your life will get better - that you will achieve the fruition of your hopes and dreams.
- Keep a to-do list, write down what you need to do to make your hopes come true.
- Make a list of possibilities of what could happen if you see your hope achieved.
- Keep your hope alive by feeding it with the belief that it is an attainable hope.
Hope is not easily defined, but impossible to embrace without faith. The more we search for meaning in what seems hopeless; we realize that our "hopelessness" is a state of mind, not a reality.— Carol Bright
What is hope?
Hope means different things to different people. To some it is the wish to get or obtain something. To others it is the wish for something to happen or to be true. To all it is the wish for something that seems possible to obtain or achieve.
How so how does hope affect us? Why it is important to have hope? Well, for one thing, hope affects the way you think or precieve events. If you are hoping for something to happen that does not you are depressed. If you hopes come true you are elated.
Hope also affects the way you behave. The realization of your hope will affect your mood as much as the dashing of your hope.
Hope is an emotion that is hard to control. Even in adversity you contine to hope. This enables you to go on even when things are going wrond. There is always the hope that things will become better. That things will turn out right in the end.
Without hope you have the feeling of depression and hopelessness. The feeling that there is nothing left to live for. Nothing left out there for you. Feelings of hopelessness is caused by many things, including : depression, chronic insomnia, chronic fatigue syndrome, dimentia, cocaine abuse, cirrhosis of the liver, schizophrenia, kidney failure, personality disorders, brain injury, Huntington's disease, and many others. If you have the feeling of hopelessness, please contact a doctor, health care worker, or mental health worker for help. It is a serious symptom of something seriouly wrong. Please get help.
“The capacity for hope is the most significant fact of life. It provides human beings with a sense of destination and the energy to get started.”— Norman Cousins
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