• Amy K Dilisio

One Hopeful Step At A Time!

Believe in you.

Believe in your potential.

Believe that tomorrow will be better.

There is HOPE inside of all of us.

Tap into your potential of joy and happiness.

Set your goal and plan. You got this!

One hopeful step at a time!


Decades of research shows that hope is a predictor of mental health. Not only does it make life more enjoyable but hope also improves resilience against things like post-traumatic stress disorder, anxiety, depression and suicidal ideation. Hope is an active coping approach when we think about future goals, identify steps or strategies to achieve goals and then maintain the motivation to keep working towards those goals, even in the face of obstacles or setbacks.

Hope brings energy into our awareness for if we generate hope, then we are motivated. We are motivated to act because we feel that there's a possibility that the outcome that we want might happen. If we don't have hope, there is no motivation. No motivation leads to being stuck in your current situation. Look for the silver lining and good news, have a daily gratitude practice and have something to look forward to like a gathering with supportive friends or a vacation. All of these are examples to assist you to improve your level of Hope.




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