Category Archives: Job Loss Grief
One Really Good Tip To End Your Job Search: Take Care of You
I don’t have to tell anyone that a long unemployed job search is stressful, especially if you are in the middle of such a search. Many people lose their sense of humor and forget how to laugh and enjoy life. It’s a case of which came first the chicken or the egg. Did you become […]
Job Loss Grief: The Unknown and Unacknowledged Emotion
You have either been laid off, downsized, right-sided, made redundant, let go, or whatever they called it, and you feel a wide range of emotions. Or maybe you don’t feel anything at all at the moment. All you know is you are now experiencing an unplanned change. Everything you thought about yourself, your job and […]
Grief is grief whether you lose a loved one or a job.
In the last few months, I have been talking about Job Loss Grief and the grief you feel when you lose a loved one. Right now I am experiencing grief over the death of my father. And I can tell you, I am numb. As in job loss grief the first stage is shock/denial. The […]
How to Discover What Is Sabotaging Your Job Search
What are you limiting beliefs? Last week I told that a limiting belief is something that holds you back from living the life you were meant to live. It is something that you have acquired from many different sources. The information you believe about yourself is false, but you believe it and trust it more […]
Interviews are like root canals without Novocaine.
Why are Interviews Stressful? Interviews have to be one the world’s most stressful activities. Given a choice between a root canal and an interview, I think I would take neither. I don’t like either one for different reasons. I don’t like the pain involved in a root canal or the expense. The interview just throws […]