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Everyone in this world wants to achieve success in their career. They dream to be a manager, vice president, or even CEO in their respective fields. Unfortunately, things are not always going as intended. Sometimes life can be a burden when suddenly you have to deal with unemployment. You might think that today your job is secure but who knows about tomorrow. With the threat of a great economic recession haunting our world currently, there is a huge possibility that we can lose our job at anytime.

If you are now enjoy the benefit of regular salary you’ve earn from your work, then you really have to prepare to deal with the unemployment problems that might happen to you. Being without a job can really be depressing. As time passes by without having any luck with a job hunt, your sense of self-worth will decrease and you begin to doubt your own capabilities. You have family, you have children that need food and shelter, and soon all of your hope will deserted you just like they washed away in the sand. Nevertheless, you have to think something in a positive light. So, instead of worry about what might happen it’s much better if you prepare for the worst case scenario. Here are some tips on helping you cope and eventually come out of unemployment.

1. The best way to cope with job loss and survive on it is to prepare while you are fully employed. A wise man always said to save your money in advance. It’s absolutely right. You should maintain a savings account covering 3 to 6 months’ worth of living expenses while you are employed. This emergency fund will help you to avoid the extraordinary stresses that accompany unemployment.

2. Keep in your mind that unemployment can be very stressful and possess the possibility to damage your family relationship. It’s normal to feel sad but there’s still much to be done for your future. Don’t just loafing on the couch, drinking beers and playing games and reruns of whatever program on the TV. If you are doing so, you will not only missing out on possible job opportunities; but also letting your health deteriorate.

3. Stay active as you can, start hunting a job now! When one door is closed, another door around the corner is about to open. So don’t close your eyes to any opportunities. You should consider taking a career shift, a full time or part time job that maybe outside your expertise even if the rate of salary is lower than your former level. It’s highly recommended to involve your family and close friends in any discussion regarding your condition. Tell them what you are going to do and ask for some ideas. By doing so, you are not only put yourself active and getting closer to any opportunity, but also strengthen your relationship with your spouse, children and other people in your life.

Those three advices above might seem simple but as a matter a fact they are very powerful. They will help you to deal and eventually come out of unemployment. In conclusion, you have to expect the best in every circumstance. Build your career as great as you can. We never expect you to cope with job loss, but when suddenly it happens to you, then there’s nothing to worry about. You know how to face that condition now. We wish you the best for your life and your career.

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I’ve been coming to grips with my diabetes for over ten years now. I enlisted the aid of my doctor and dieticians but ultimately I know the major contributor to how well I cope with diabetes is me! Coping with diabetes has primarily meant changing ingrained poor nutrition habits. I know for a fact I have been guilty of skipping breakfast. But lesson number one as a diabetes is that you must have at least three balanced meals a day. Breakfast is probably the most important one of all. I appreciated the advice of one nurse. She told me to make sure I switch from hot breakfasts to cold breakfast every other day. This in her words sometimes can allow you to ‘trick’ your metabolism into working a little harder for you. It also will stop you from becoming bored with the same old bacon and eggs everyday. I’m finding this is making me look forward to breakfast a little more.

Aside from this, there are some things that I am learning to do for myself. You’ve probably heard these cliches before but in the case of a diabetic they really apply.

Care About Yourself First
Sometimes we as diabetics may have other family members to care for or just other responsibilities to manage. With diabetic education, I’ve learned that all these must take a back seat to your maintaining your diabetes or keeping it under control. So get breakfast ready for the family but make sure you sit down and eat a well balanced breakfast before or with your family. I’m finding I really have to change my mindset. I’m not naturally prone to the me-first way of doing things but when it comes to diabetes, and when you see all of the damage it can do to you, the me-first attitude is a little easier to apply in your life.

Take a Walk
Walking has amazing benefits to the diabetic. Not only do you get the cardiovascular benefits but you also
derive benefits to your mental health as well. My doctor recommends a brisk walk for 15 to 30 minutes a day. She says this also will help keep my blood sugar levels down. I’ve been trying to go for a walk around the neighborhood or in a park to drink up the beautiful scenery in my part of the county. So diabetic, do take a walk!

See your doctor regularly
I mistakenly thought I could manage my diabetes on my own once I knew exactly what I had to do. I couldn’t have been wronger. Usually, doctors schedule quarterly visits as follow-ups to diabetic patients. This is to monitor how well you are managing your diabetes. They will check your feet as well as getting blood samples to test the recession or progression of the diabetes. This is critical. You may be feeling just fine but your diabetes could be out of control. So making my doctor appointments is one way I cope with my diabetes.

Join a support group
I recently joined a support group of diabetics and this has proved awesome also. We’ve shared recipes and other methods of controlling our diabetes. Groups like these are plentiful on the internet. In summary, common and simple control procedures will really help to manage and treat this medical condition. Educate yourself and feel better today and in the future.

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