I just hope that everyone can stay positive. I know it’s a tough time right now, and even people in some of the best situations are panicking. That’s okay. No matter where you come from, who your parents are, you are valid. It’s okay to be sad. But don’t let that negativity control your life.

My hope is that every person who finds themselves searching for hope, they find it even in the darkest hour. Hope holds. hope heals, and hope conquers!

My hope is… that my mom will eventually stop blaming me for everything and see that I am a person with things to work through.

My hope is…that I dont let my depression and anxiety rule my life forever.

My hope is that no one will feel hopeless. At the end of the tunnel, there is light!

So I lost my dad 6 years ago to cancer and after he died I have had a lot of anxiety and sometimes I feel like when he died it’s a sign for me to die but that’s not the right way to think. Remember this even tho your hurting don’t think about hurting yourself everyone is beautiful in their own special way❤

there is always hope, there is always a little light even on the darkest of days.

My story of hope and recovery is ….

We have struggled for so long as a family it’s been hard to have hope. Mental illness stole from me and my family. I’m thankful for the support given to us by professionals, family and friends. I’m hopeful that our story has made us stronger and that our family will now thrive. It’s been a long road and I know it’s not over, but I think now we have the skills and strengths to move forward and enjoy all of what life has to offer.

My hope is ….

to have a better future than my past.

My hope is ….

that I will grow to be a much stronger person and be able to deal with my daily anxiety struggles. I hope that one day I can help someone in the same situation as myself.

My story of hope and recovery ….

In keeping with our philosophy of Recovery Focused Rehabilitation, N3A is developing an art based program to help clients visually express their own Recovery experience. Clients will have the opportunity to complete self-portraits in how they view themselves through the different stages of Recovery.

My story of hope and recovery is …

Growing up in St.John’s in the 80’s and 90’s, it was evident that we didn’t have a lot of support for youth with mental health issues. There was still a lot of stigma, and I had a lot of friends who were suffering. I committed to being a mental health professional straight after high school but needed to leave Newfoundland to find work in residential treatment (we had nothing of the sort in province). 20 years later, we have Tuckamore Youth Treatment Centre and Newfoundland youth are receiving an amazing service by a group of dedicated, knowledgeable and compassionate staff. I am back home doing the work I love, in the province I love.

My story of hope and recovery is ….

Knowing that you are not alone. One’s journey of recovery is best done with the support of friends and family, and those who are important in your life.

Hope and recovery should not be a silent, solitary experience. Recovery should be shouted from the rooftops!

My hope is … to find optimism and reasons for a positive future

My hope is … that I can always think positive and see there is a light at the end of the tunnel.

My story of hope and recovery is ….

I hope for good things in the future and to be loved and to have good friends in my life.

I hope to have the rest of my days just being loved, and also to give my love to anyone who needs it.

My hope is … to be happy

My hope is …

  • to be confident again!
  • to enjoy life to the fullest!
  • to help others who are struggling when I can!
  • to be free!

My hope is … to maintain good health

My hope is … for my children to grow up to be able to feel comfortable to express themselves and to get help/coping skills they need