Hopelessness showed up in a therapy group yesterday. Today, it shows up for the first time in this blog.
I hope you can see that hope showed up there, as well. Often, when I write topics on the white board during my therapy groups, I tell people that the opposites of the topics are also present. I hope that leaves room for all the reactions, thoughts, and feelings in the room.
Do you see hopelessness and/or hope in my other photos from yesterday?
What do you do with hopelessness? I try to accept hopelessness AND to leave room for whatever hope exists, no matter how small that hope might be.
Whenever I search YouTube by typing the title of my blog post, I hope something helpful will turn up.
I hope that you comment, below.
Gratitude reduces hopelessness and increases hope. Thanks to all who helped me create today’s post and — of course! — to YOU.