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Anthony ScioliToday I have the pleasure of interviewing the coauthor of Hope in the Age of Anxiety, Anthony Scioli. I excerpted his 9 Kinds of Hopelessness and How You Can Overcome Them awhile back, and now I wanted …

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5 Ways to Build and Sustain Hope: An Interview with Anthony Scioli

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  1. This was a great choice for an interview – i am about to create a new blueprint using his suggestions. The scary thing for me [and many others] is that – when your relationships way back were chronically unstable, non-supportive, frightening, etc, no matter how much your understanding grows, maintaining trusting relationships as as adult-or building new ones – takes real thought and effort. Spelling out some concrete steps and seeking a commitment to carrying them out makes the process less mysterious and more doable.
    Thank you.

  2. Really ennojoyed interview on hope. Can see how it could be of great benefit to most people. I can’t do the goals or mission part. I don’t do goals because I always fail them and then get severally depressed. I have tried and fried to do mission statement my life purpose. I would love to be able to do it these 2.
    Johnny

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