I just can't see if it will ever stop. I mean how can I still keep hope?
Last Updated: 04/10/2018 at 12:22am
Jessica McDaniel, LPC, LCPC
Licensed Professional Counselor
I have been practicing cognitive behavioral psychotherapy since 2007 with a diverse group of adult clients with various diagnoses, all races, and socioeconomic classes.
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While I don't know the context of this question, I can assure you that things are always changing. Sometimes for the better, sometimes for the worse. It may seem at times that things just aren't and will never go your way, but I encourage you to hold on for the occasions that they do. Life is unpredictable, beautiful, and ever-changing. Don't lose your hope.
there is always hope. every day brings a new possibility and one day, you might simply wake up and you might see the results. waiting for that day is totally worth it, so keep going. i believe in you :)
I'm not a trong believer that time heals everything, but it sure makes things easier. You may not be able to see the light at the end of the tunnel now, but with time the pain will fade, you'll find a way to deal with your struggles; you'll find people to help you deal with everything. Don't give up on hope. Tomorrow could be the day you've been waiting for.
Sometimes it is hard to keep the spirit high, to stay positive and be hopeful in tough circumstances; its important to remain calm and relaxed, to find some peace despite the hardships which you may be experiencing; its important to express and explore all sorts of feelings in order to heal--to relieve one's self. Try and keep your mind set on being optimistic--set on pursuing a positive and healthy future--there are many possibilities and opportunities within the future--the key is progression and acceptance, as moving forward takes time, effort, patience and courage--both internal and external. Hope is powerful, just keep pushing.
It will get better, you just have to keep clinging on. As tough as it seems, there is always someone worse than you
See how far you've come and what you've been able to go through this far. See how you've changed for the better and how you are stronger than ever before.
Sometimes it's hard to see a light. But the world really is a lovely place! All things get better with time, and so will you
After every traumatic event in my life, something good has come out of it; something that is worth living for. As cliché as it is, everything happens for a reason; the hard part is finding out the reason but, when you do, the world will open up in such a way that you'll feel something more powerful than dejection; you'll feel love.
Look around. You are not the only person that has gone through what you're going through. Look at others as motivation that it is possible to make it to the other side of road block that's stopping you.
Things can be hard sometimes and a lot of times it seems like they'll never get better, but just remember you've gone through bad stuff before and you've come out of it better and stronger than you were before, and you'll come out of whatever you're going through now soon.
Try making notes of even the tiniest good things that happen. They happen to help a lot. I had pretty much lost hope as well so did two of my closest friends but being strong for each other gives you a reason to keep going. Find your reason and be try to find and appreciate the good. It's the little things that make the biggest difference
Even if you went through tough times and days you can still keep hope by knowing what your feelings will get better at one point, it may take longer but it'll pass.
Only those who still have hope can benefit from tears. When they finish, they feel better. But to those without hope whose anguish is basic and permanent, no good comes form crying. Nothing changes for them. You need to motivate yourself, not only have hope but have faith in yourself. You dont keep hope, you have to believe in yourself to have hope.
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