How to Be Hopeful: Your toolkit to rediscover hope and help create a more compassionate world
‘The perfect book for troubling times. The ideas and exercises in How to Be Hopeful will soothe your soul.’ Katherine May, author of Wintering
‘A gentle, kind reminder that I am not alone in a world.’ Vera Chok, co-author of The Good Immigrant
A PRACTICAL TOOLKIT FOR A LIFE FULL OF HOPE AND HAPPINESS
Bernadette Russell has made it her mission to teach the practice of hope: a lifelong habit that allows us to focus on the positives and the possibilities, no matter what challenges come our way. Even on difficult days, a little hope can go a very long way.
This uplifting and essential toolkit is filled with practical exercises, revealing research, timeless philosophy and tales of triumph over adversity. Hope is the fuel that transforms our lives and Bernadette reveals how it can be nurtured by us all step-by-step.
How to be Hopeful offers all we need to live and to act with renewed hope for ourselves and for a more compassionate world. Perfect for yourself or as a gift for family and friends.
‘Shines a light in the darkest of corners, showing us how to find and nurture hope everywhere.’ Janice McGuiness, CEO, People United
‘Delightful and informative… the toolkit to ignite hope in each of us.’ Julia Samuel, author of This Too Shall Pass
‘ The perfect antidote to our challenging times. Everyone needs to read this book.’ Dr Mark Williamson, director of Action for Happiness
‘Exactly what is needed right now. Hope AND action.’
- Stella Duffy O.B.E, author and co-founder of Fun Palaces campaign for cultural democracy