“Hope,” the word seems to just roll off our tongues so easily. “I hope the Cardinals win.” I hope it doesn’t rain today.” I hope we get there on time.” But, what happens when it comes to personal issues? What then? A lost job, a diagnosis you were not expecting to hear. Where is hope then?
Hope is defined as a “confident desire: a feeling that something desirable is likely to happen.” There are scores of people needing to recapture a sense of hope in their lives and perhaps you are one of those people.
The following articles are written with you in mind. Each week a different article will be posted that is meant to give you and others like you, New Hope. A hope that, no matter the circumstances, no matter the struggle you face, there is hope. If, after reading the article, you need to talk to someone, please feel free to contact New Hope Behavioral Health at 573-860-1601(02).
Thirteen years after terrorists attacked in New York, New Hope Senior Behavioral Health Center director James Huitt, PhD, looks back on the lessons learned dealing with the emotional impact.
Burnout is a problem that many people either face or come very close to at some point of their life or career. If your job or some other commitment keeps you completely drained physically or emotionally, and if this situation goes on for years, months, or maybe just weeks, you may finally reach the breaking point and fall a victim of burn out syndrome. Please give us a call at 573-860-1602. You are not alone. Hope is just a phone call away.
Like Robin Williams, many people struggle in silence with Depression while appearing to others to be “on top of the world. If you are struggling with Depression, Substance Abuse or any other type of mental illness, please…for your sake and those who love and care about you…talk to someone…let them know of your struggle. You can call us at New Hope Behavioral Health at 573-860-1602 any time of the day or night.