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It can really happen to anyone. It is never nice. In fact, it is almost always the hardest part of your life. And it does go on. Life keeps on going.
Life goes on and on, even if there are no better times ahead. A lot of people that work now find that they are in a position where they can expect to be made redundant. If you are that, be sure to find something nice that you love doing. There is only so much stress anyone can take.

The reason why people get into such a stressy work more work more mode, is because their job is on the line just like that of your colleagues. It gives you a huge incentive to outperform on your fellow fate sharers. This evil management philopsophy that your wage depends on your ‘value’ infects your brain as if it really is like that. Of course, it is rubbish and you know. You feel from your heart that this rat race is not helping you nor anyone around you. People need this nonsense as an excuse to harm others. Managers need it as an excuse to lay people off and your colleagues may need it as a coping mechanism to explain away their stress factors. Make sure you do not need to believe such harsh fairy tales about the rightfulness of resignation.

It is very difficult to fire people and it is even worse to fire more. But the faith of those who are fired, is always worse. So bosses tend to hide those emotions as much as possible by passing the blame to you. You should have done better. You should have checked even more mail. You should have enlisted even more subscribers. You should have done anything that is humanely possible. But in crises like the ongoing economic downward spiral, the performance of individuals is rarely relevant. Whoever it was that was to blame for the company’s losses, it was never Ol’ Harry from the mail office and nonetheless he is the first on the line.

The value of you as a human being does not depend on the number of compliments your boss gave you. No really, it really does not. The lists you made, the mails you replied, in the end, they are not made to survive centuries. Of course you need to put some of your energy in there. It is however, not worth all your energy. Help yourself by helping others. It does not harm you to compliment another. Or just stay nice.

Make sure you have hobbies next to your job, whether it is drawing or writing or singing or sports fishing. Or just give a ring to that friend, you’ve been thinking about and never called to.  Or just look for another job already. Most people start looking when it is too late. And then you may sail right into a deep depression. Make sure you make the most out of life.


 

 

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