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Recovery and the Conspiracy of Hope

In this paper, Pat Deegan describes the importance of hope to the recovery process. She explains how a prognosis of doom oppresses hope and does harm. She advises that peers, friends, family and staff build a conspiracy of hope so people with diagnoses can grow and reach their human potential.