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Unemployment or loss of job can cause a great deal of stress, depression and anxiety. In order cope with the situation adequately, you need to figure out some healthy outlets or channels, through which you’ll be able to deal with your emotions properly. Admitting to what you are truly feeling and working on defeating your pessimistic state of mind, will not only help you to get by but will also get you back on your feet again.
Firstly jot down how you feel about the situation.
In order to truly understand how you feel, it’s best to put it down on paper. This strategy can be extremely therapeutic and can rebuild your self-confidence. Plus, once you are done venting out your feelings about the situation, it will help you to move on.
Rather than moaning about the situation, push yourself to find another job.
Wallowing over the situation will lead to no good. Instead of dwelling on your job loss, just deal with the situation. Simply propel yourself out of that aura of negativity so that you may focus on the next part of your life.
Try finding the silver lining. Everything happens for a reason, and there always some good that comes out of it, sooner or later. There must be something you must have learnt from the experience and instead of crying over it, use it to your benefit and be grateful for it.
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