If you’re in a relationship with an addict, a narcissist or someone with unhealthy habits, sitting around wanting them to change isn’t hope. You want them to change, but what reason do you have for believing it will happen? Are they going to agree to get help? Are they in counseling? Are they taking classes to acquire a new skill or get better?
Hope is one of the greatest virtues in life. However, it can also serve as an impediment to success and fulfillment if we don’t have a real, objective reason for our hope. Hope without reason is only a desire or wish; not a hope you can expect to materialize. Watch this video, and scroll down for more.