Defining, capturing, and keeping happiness has been a preoccupation of human thought for as long as we’ve been alive. And yet, it can seem fleeting. We identify something that will bring us happiness, and once it’s in our grasp, we seek out the next best thing, hoping it, too, will bring us happiness.
Decision-making is a fundamental part of being human. From the minute we wake up to finally shutting our eyes to sleep, the human day is one long chain of decisions, one right after the other. And these decisions have gotten progressively more complicated as time has passed.
Self-doubt spares no one: we all encounter it to varying degrees during different seasons of life. It’s sneaky...creeping in and setting up camp quietly. Before you know it, you’re paralyzed. You’re struggling to trust your decisions and lacking confidence in your ability to succeed.
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With rising temperatures, an increased number of natural disasters, and severe weather events taking hold of the narrative, it’s no surprise that one would feel anxious. In light of the larger climate crisis discussed on the front page of many magazines, a newly coined term, eco-anxiety, has made its way into the mental health field.
Knowing how to find hope, especially in tough moments, can help you and your clients reach goals and live happier lives. Hope theory offers many different methods that can be used to build hope and motivation, and they can be tailored to the unique wiring of your client.