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Correct Attitude While Out of Work — 17 Comments

  1. Prayer works! I believe in prayer and having a good relationship with God. It puts all other relationships in order.

  2. That is a great question! Because sometimes life is hard… I’ve surrounded myself with positive souls…it’s hard to be negative with them because it’s not allowed… taking a timeout to be upset is also good but for no more than an hour…followed by another hour undoing what you just thought …like you say the universe is listening! Prayer is what I lean heavily on. I know prayer to be extremely powerful!

  3. I am learning about the law of attraction. I am used to the idea of reaping what you sow. I like your idea of looking for the silver lining.

  4. Well said, Janeane. As hard as it can be to create a positive outlook during down times like unemployment, it’s so important to do. I’m a big believer in the law of attraction, so when things look bleak, I make myself look for that silver lining and list what’s going well in life. It’s the only way to bring positive events back into your presence.

  5. I remember getting fired and feeling so worthless. It was an awful time. I was so happy to have relatives who made me get up and get out and just do things.

  6. You are right, bad feelings happen. They are real, but we need to acknowledge them and then move on!

  7. I agree 100%. While I’m not about pretending that negative feelings don’t exist. We all feel Sadness, Anger, Depression, and Fear at times. It is important not to get stuck there.

    Give yourself some time to have those feelings and then say time to refocus and be joyful again.

  8. I like to remind myself that the challenging times will pass, and look for things to focus on that are going well in my life…even if it’s small. Funny thing is, bad times always seem to pass eventually!

  9. On Facebook at the end of the year, there were people talking about writing down good things that happen and putting them in a jar. I didn’t have a jar so I started writing them on 3 x 5 cards and saving them in a box. It is amazing to me every time I add a new memory to see how big the pile is getting! BTW love the name of your blog and I am going over now to check it out.

  10. I love that game. I do best case and worst case. Once I know the best and the worst that can happen, I can deal with anything.

  11. I open my gratitude journal and start writing! You’re so right that keeping positive is a must – it attracts more positive stuff. Good luck to you! News From Nowhere

  12. I like to play the “what’s the worst that can happen?” game – with the most absurd “worst” scenarios. It makes me put my problems into a little more perspective and sometimes even gives me a chuckle.

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