Post-acknowledgement stories of hope

Some stories reflect the complete embracement of what has occurred. The stories mapped on the to the HAS (see Figure 1) and MEAH (See Figure 2) include the supernatural (lightest shading), the heroic and romantic (darker shading) and the quest (darkest shading).  Locating oneself in the present to appreciate life outside the self. Appreciation of relationships of things and beauty that looking out to find beauty is as coated with joy. These stories illustrate how agile hope can be and that hope can accommodate loss and embrace it. When these narratives are expressed focusing on embracement there is an understanding when you focus on what you haven’t got you may lose appreciation for what you have got, for those things that remain in one’s life are valued and are often outward facing and that is where there will be contentment

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