“To be hopeless is to lose all motivation to do what we need to live. It is to be in a deep, dark, well without a rope. And even if it were there, we wouldn’t have the energy to climb it.”
– Dr. Winfried Sedhoff
Having hope matters. It matters a lot. Anyone who’s lost their sense of hope can tell you that.
But hope is something that can fade out of our life when awful things have happened …
Or when we’ve hoped for far too long, and nothing seems to change.
Hope can start to drain away.
If this is your experience, then what steps can you take to start to recapture that lost sense of hope? Here are some suggestions:
1. First, take proper care of your physical needs. You need to have an adequate amount of nutritious food, sleep, rest, gentle exercise – everything…
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