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Q: how to manage stress during un-employment

5 weeks 18 hours ago in  Business & Jobs - Beijing

 
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I, as a non-med-professional would say:

 

1. Stop staring in the mirror and constantly thinking about yourself!

 

... and-o ...

 

2. Find and accept the job, ... that is, any kind of job available ...

 

Battling stress results from my bestest searching engine:

 

https://www.helpguide.org/articles/stress/job-loss-and-unemployment-stre...

 

https://www.aaets.org/traumatic-stress-library/job-loss-and-unemployment...

 

https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/anxiety-files/200902/facing-unem...

 

https://www.mayoclinic.org/healthy-lifestyle/stress-management/in-depth/...

icnif77:

https://www.verywellmind.com/tips-to-reduce-stress-3145195

Some effective stress management techniques include:

 

*Guided imagery

 

*Meditation

 

*Progressive muscle relaxation

 

*Deep breathing

 

*Going for a walk

 

*Hugs

 

*Aromatherapy

 

*Creativity

 

*Healthy diet

 

*Stress relief supplements

 

*Leisure activities

 

*Positive self-talk

 

*Yoga

 

*Gratitude

 

*Exercise

 

*Evaluating priorities

 

*Social support

 

*Eliminating stressors

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I, as a non-med-professional would say:

 

1. Stop staring in the mirror and constantly thinking about yourself!

 

... and-o ...

 

2. Find and accept the job, ... that is, any kind of job available ...

 

Battling stress results from my bestest searching engine:

 

https://www.helpguide.org/articles/stress/job-loss-and-unemployment-stre...

 

https://www.aaets.org/traumatic-stress-library/job-loss-and-unemployment...

 

https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/anxiety-files/200902/facing-unem...

 

https://www.mayoclinic.org/healthy-lifestyle/stress-management/in-depth/...

icnif77:

https://www.verywellmind.com/tips-to-reduce-stress-3145195

Some effective stress management techniques include:

 

*Guided imagery

 

*Meditation

 

*Progressive muscle relaxation

 

*Deep breathing

 

*Going for a walk

 

*Hugs

 

*Aromatherapy

 

*Creativity

 

*Healthy diet

 

*Stress relief supplements

 

*Leisure activities

 

*Positive self-talk

 

*Yoga

 

*Gratitude

 

*Exercise

 

*Evaluating priorities

 

*Social support

 

*Eliminating stressors

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volunteer.

learn new practical (non computer based) skills.
learn to be proactive (i.e don't rely on people on the internet to do the things you should be able to do yourself as an adult)

for someone looking for an online job, i would reconsider beceause you don't seem able to use a search engine, which is probably the most basic use of the internet there is.

 

icnif77:

I'd say, the bad thingy with search engines is you don't get any pints   ... like here! broken heart

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