Dealing with Redundancy and Job Loss
Losing a job is one of the five most stressful life changes a person can experience. Among a variety of life altering events such as death of a loved one, divorce or serious illness; losing a job ranks among the highest in stress-causing situations.
Redundancy can have a profound effect on an individual’s emotional well being as there is often a cycle that most people experience which includes denial, anger, depression, and eventually acceptance of the situation.
When experiencing redundancy its normal to feel overwhelmed, confused or just plain scared. Many of us closely identify ourselves with what we do for a living. Providing for self and family can become a major issue for most people if financial resources become strained.
Research suggests that the number of employees who worry about losing their job is rising. Job loss usually results in a lack of money to maintain the individual’s current lifestyle. This can obviously result in an increase in stress. For many people being out of work can make them feel like a failure, leading to feelings of worthlessness and depression. This can make it difficult for the individual when they apply for a new job.
Hypnotherapy could help you to overcome your psychological barriers, helping you to control your emotions and prepare for the next stage in your life. By becoming aware of your personal strengths and resources you will be better placed to focus your mind on the positive benefits that redundancy brings, making it increasingly easy for you to see your possibilities and potential for positive change.
Book your FREE initial consultation today and find out how hypnotherapy could help you develop a powerful positive attitude towards your life and future success.