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Facing Long-Term Joblessness? Try These 7 Things if You’re Struggling to Find Work

By Sarah Foster — 2021

If you’re facing long-term unemployment, don’t let the discouragement keep you from taking action, both with your finances and your job search. Here’s what you should do in the meantime as you look for a new opportunity.

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ADHD and Relationships

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Say You're Sorry and Mean It

Forgiving someone is a way of letting go of old baggage so that you can heal and move forward with your life. It benefits both the person who forgives and the offender because it can allow both people to let go of past resentments.

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Managing the Flames of Conflict

Conflict doesn’t mean the end of your remarriage, and can actually make it stronger. There are always going to be disagreements; you cannot avoid them entirely. What you can do, however, is become skilled at recovering from disputes by talking about your perspectives afterwards.

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Dear Therapist: I Survived Cancer, but Now I’m Afraid My Husband Resents Me

“For your husband, your illness may have made him acutely aware of not just your mortality, but also his own.”

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I Was Ghosted By My Friends When I Got Cancer

You not calling, as a friend, can actually compound the grief and loss they are feeling. Just pick up the phone, even if you get it wrong, just have a conversation and do your best. Your friend with cancer is still the same person they were before.

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How to Deal With a Jerk Without Being a Jerk

It’s natural to get defensive, but that only escalates the cycle of aggression.

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How to Successfully Spin a Pandemic Gap on Your Résumé

I’ve asked three smart experienced career coaches and résumé writers to offer their sage advice on how to help you position your résumé and narrative when asked about pandemic-related gaps in employment. Here is what they suggest you do now.

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What Happens When Your Position Is Eliminated?

Jonathan Graham describes how he's tried to heal and offers some advice to others in the same situation -- or who fear they might be.

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Job Search Strategies After a Career Pause or Job Loss

Pandemic-related job losses are hitting women especially hard. Here are strategies to approach the job search.

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