Hope and Appreciative Inquiry During a Pandemic

November 2020
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Hope is something we often cling to when everything else is slipping away, when meaning is hard to find. Whatever the cause, coping with change is difficult. Is hope the best way to do this? Often, we move into our own past or imagine a wished-for future. Our life, though, is centered in the present moment. Can we have hope during a pandemic and at the same time be in the present moment?


Author: Lola Houston

Lola D. Houston is a sex and relationship coach with a practice in Burlington, Vermont. She applies the core principles of Appreciative Inquiry in her work with clients. She’s been an active member of the AI community for four years.

Contact: lola@liveatruelife.org

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