How to Overcome Anxiety About Losing a Job
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Losing a job, however it happens, can be an incredibly stressful experience, I know from experience. One day you have a steady stream of income to support your family, and then in an instant, your world gets turned upside down. And while it can be a difficult transition to navigate, I have seen so many people experience this painful loss thousand of times, but never actually lose their job in real life. Their anxious mind has them worrying about every possible scenario you can imagine. And man oh man, can that part of your mind can have a field day with this topic, especially if left unchecked….
“What if my boss fires me because I didn’t close that deal?”….
“Then what if I can’t pay my bills?”…
“Then what if I end up going homeless?”…
“Then what if I have to move across the world to find another job”…
My goodness, I am stressed just writing this. So in this episode, I will be discussing some tools to help you overcome this specific form of anxiety so you can let go a little bit and live a more well-balanced life.
Have a great week
About Matthew Codde:
Matthew Codde LCSW has worked in the field of mental health for over a decade and maintains a specific passion for helping others take their lives back from OCD & Anxiety-Related Disorders. Matt maintains the firm belief that recovery from OCD & Anxiety is absolutely possible, despite what others may proclaim. By utilizing various programs and digital resources, his company, Restored Minds, has helped thousands of people learn the proper evidence-based techniques needed to find freedom from OCD & Anxiety and go on to live fulfilling lives.
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