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Moving Beyond Job Loss

Post by Guest on Mon Jul 18, 2011 10:22 pm

Losing a job is one of the most intense emotional events of one's life. Whether it is you or someone you know, it is important to recognize the emotional significance of loss. In many ways it is comparable to the death of a loved one or the ending of a relationship. These endings cause a shift in our reality and sense of self just as an earthquake can shift the earth's axis. Nothing is the same after any major loss; it is almost like being in a fog until you can once again find your way.

A job loss can leave you feeling out of control, especially if you define yourself by the work that you do. It is imperative to recognize that you are much more than your job and the money you earn. Even after your job ends, you are still the same person with the same qualities, skills, strengths and weaknesses.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/estelle-cimino/moving-beyond-job-loss_b_899461.html

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Re: Moving Beyond Job Loss

Post by TOO OLD TO HIRE IN PA on Mon Jul 18, 2011 10:33 pm

DesperateInRI wrote:
Losing a job is one of the most intense emotional events of one's life. Whether it is you or someone you know, it is important to recognize the emotional significance of loss. In many ways it is comparable to the death of a loved one or the ending of a relationship. These endings cause a shift in our reality and sense of self just as an earthquake can shift the earth's axis. Nothing is the same after any major loss; it is almost like being in a fog until you can once again find your way.

A job loss can leave you feeling out of control, especially if you define yourself by the work that you do. It is imperative to recognize that you are much more than your job and the money you earn. Even after your job ends, you are still the same person with the same qualities, skills, strengths and weaknesses.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/estelle-cimino/moving-beyond-job-loss_b_899461.html

Will copy this and send to all the people in my life who just don't get it!

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