What we Need is Hope

What We Need Is Hope
By: Diane Lang
In these recent days where it’s easy to get stuck in the darkness, where can we find the light?
How do we find hope?
By being silent and asking for help.
Then, being silent again to listen to what comes to us.
Hope is natural, it’s inside of all of us, it’s just a matter of connecting to it again.
You can find hope when you are inspired by someone.
When you hear a good-feeling story.
When we see the big picture.
When we connect to others and realize we are not alone.
When we take risks and step out of our comfort zone.
When we accept ourselves for who we really are.
When we learn something new.
When we see someone do something for others.
When we stop thinking about ourselves and think about others, the world.
When we make changes.
When we learn something new.
When we connect to gratitude.
When we connect to the good we have done and we feel a sense of accomplishment and pride.
When we are curious and find interest in something.
From everyday miracles like the sunrise and sunset, babies and animals.
When you take the time to see how far you have come.
When you look at the past and see how you have thrived through challenges.
When you pay it forward and make someone else smile.
Every time we feel love or receive love.
It’s there for the taking.
With the Corona Virus going around, all workshops have been cancelled until April 13th. On this date, we will re-evaluate the situation and hope to get back to in-person learning. Unfortunately, we won’t be able to make up all the workshops but we can offer them from home. All workshops can be done through phone, face-time or zoom. Each workshop will be one hour, include handout and have a Q&A at the end. Each workshop can be scheduled for days, evenings or Saturdays.
Please email me at DLCounseling2014@gmail.com for more information/any questions or to set up your private or group workshop.
I’m also offering private coaching sessions through Phone, Face time or Zoom.
The workshops listed below can all be done virtually:
Stop Taking things Personally
Having Healthy Relationships with your Adult Children
Positive Aging
Positive Psychology- Finding your Happiness
Releasing Anger and Finding Forgiveness
Emotional Detox Dealing with Negative People
Stop the Panic and Anxiety
Stress Less, Savor More
Living a Mindful Life
Coping with Change and Loss
Positive Parenting

About Finding your happiness

Diane Lang is a Therapist, educator, author and life coach. Diane has two books: Baby steps the path from motherhood to Career and Creating balance & finding happiness. Diane works as a Therapist and also is an adjunct at Montclair State University. This blog will help educate and empower you to live your best life! For more information please visit her website: www.dlcounseling.com
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