Hope for Healing
Every journey to healing begins with HOPE
Help for depression
These self-help resources are an excellent supplement to professional mental health care.
Every journey to healing begins with HOPE. I invite you to join us on the pathway of healing and living joyfully. On the Hope for Healing website you’ll find tools and resources to learn and apply new skills to increase happiness, build confidence and self-esteem, strengthen families and marriages, manage stress, and help alleviate symptoms of depression and anxiety. You have the power to create the life you want. We’ll show you how.
I invite you to be the one who helps save a life. Prepare yourself by learning effective steps of suicide prevention: ask, keep them safe, be there, help them connect, and follow up. Add crisis contact information to your phone, and work on becoming the kind of person that a person can turn to in a time of crisis.
A message of hope to those suffering from depression
I understand the feelings of despair, helplessness, and hopelessness of depression because I’ve experienced it for myself. There is a way out. You have more power than you may realize. I invite you to learn how to climb out of the darkness and experience happiness again.
Free audio course
Dealing with depression
In this course you’ll learn some of the neurological and chemical effects of depression and why it diminishes happiness, hope, and motivation. You’ll learn what is needed to overcome depression, and things we can do to help facilitate that healing. Each lesson is just 3-10 minutes long. Invest in yourself by starting today.
30 Days to Alleviate Depression
Backed by science and verified by experience, “30 Days to Alleviate Depression” is a FREE guide book to help overcome symptoms of depression. If you’re struggling with feelings of depression this just might be the missing key you’ve been looking for. Are you ready to choose happiness?
What to do when a loved one has depression
It can feel so helpless to watch a loved one suffer from feelings of depression, but you may have more power than you realize. There are things that you can do. I invite you to be the person that offers a ladder to someone who is trapped inside a dark hole of despair.
10 Tips to Overcome Depression
When you’re dealing with depression, it isn’t a matter of simply flipping a switch and “snapping out of it,” yet there is something we can do about it. A transformation won’t happen overnight, but these tips can help put you on the pathway to happiness.
Teen depression and anxiety
Depression and anxiety isn teenagers is very real and very destructive when left alone, but a treatment that focuses on building resources and skills is very successful. Change and healing are possible. Here are some tips that will help.
4 Habits that sabotage our own happiness - and how to stop
We may be blocking our own joy and contentment without even realizing it. These common unhealthy habits can sabotage our happiness, but there are simple ways to stop.
5 tips to increase happiness
Here are five simple things that you can do in increase your happiness. There’s also an explanation of why it works and easy suggestions to apply them in everyday living. Everyone can use a little more happiness.
Hope for Healing Blog
We’re all about bringing more happiness into the world by bringing more happiness into people’s lives. An excellent resource for improving confidence, self esteem, happiness and well being.
Crushed: A Journey Through Depression
Crushed is an inspiring true story so raw and unflinchingly real that you will feel like you’re reading your own story and will begin to believe in your own happy ending.
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