Hope has always been important over the many years of my recovery. My hope was an optimistic kind that served me well as it sat in the background, quietly doing its work.

Hope grows as more life is breathed into it. It can become stronger and can do more powerful things.

As my life improved it was common for me to be hoping for several different things all at the same time. it was especially important to improve the areas of employment, accommodation, independence, social connection and friendship.

I see hope as something like an art form. It doesn't function like an on/off button, but varies and changes like the sculptures clay. Like an art form it is a creative process that accompanies any journey of mental health recovery.

Recovery is possible for everyone - it is a process of change, through which you can improve your health and wellness, live a self directed life, and strive to reach your full potential

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