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Hope keeps you healthy - Article
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5 Ways Hope Impacts Health & Happiness

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Hope and Happiness

The three elements of hope include having goals (seeking out where you want to go), feeling empowered to shape your daily life, and identifying multiple avenues toward making your goals happen. Working toward meaningful life goals is one of the most important strategies happy people utilize. In one study, hope proved to be a strong predictor of satisfaction, leading the study’s authors to suggest that hope is a symptom of happiness. (4)

Hope and Your Health

What kinds of choices do you make about your health on a daily basis? Most of us will be impacted by a serious illness, whether it happens personally or to a loved one. A number of studies indicate that hopeful people tolerate pain better than their less hopeful peers. (5) When it comes to children and how well they follow doctor’s orders, a child’s level of hope is a significant predictor of those who actually follow what the doctor says. (6)

Hope and Aging

Hope can help you make life worth living. When my grandma passed away in 2004, I could tell the point at which she gave up hope. Research shows that hopelessness is a strong predictor of mortality, and those folks who said they felt hopeless were more than twice as likely to die during the study follow-up period than those who were more hopeful. (7)

How hopeful you are has important work and life implications. It impacts how well you age, how you take care of your health, and how productive you are at work. Being a hopeful thinker about the future will help you build your resilience and give you yet another tool for handling stress, change, and adversity.

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