Hope is defined as an enduring belief that one can attain one's essential wishes; expectations that one looks forward to based on faith and trust; may involve many different prospects; should not be excluded from those who are coping with dying. According to Erikson, Hope is an openness to new experience tempered by wariness that occurs when trust and mistrust are in balance . Kübler-Ross said that Hope often persists throughout her five stages of coping with dying; Corr indicated that Hope is primarily associated with spiritual tasks in coping with dying

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