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Managing Transition
Managing TransitionThe negative feelings associated with job loss can be mitigated by a supportive family, finding a new, better job, or simply by maintaining a positive attitude. Nevertheless, the loss of your job—in many ways a symbol of your livelihood and your worth as a person—can affect you for years to come. But wallowing in your loss is less than productive, and can prolong the trauma of the event.
Instead identify what you are going through, talk to your family and loved ones, and make the most of this time to reexamine who you are and where you want to be.

Making the Most of Life Transitions
Making-the-mostYou have the power to transform your life.
Getting Back on Track
FreeTimeThings to think about as you make this transition.
How to Talk to Your Family

Father-and-SonNavigating relationships with partners and family.

Shaken, Not Stirred
PerfectionistSuggestions for regaining your confidence after losing a job.


Those suffering from depression bring the most employment discrimination cases under the Americans with Disabilities Act, resulting in a total of $4,294,811 awarded in 2006.

Wrongful Termination Laws
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