Tag Archives: emotional health

Overcoming the Frustration of Job Search Rejection

We don’t intentionally set out on a mission, whatever it might be, with the intent of being rejected.  Rejection doesn’t feel good. But for the unemployed, the sting of rejection is all too familiar.  And when that sting is added to … Continue reading

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Is No Job Better than the Wrong Job?

How do you know whether that new job is the right job for you? What can you do to check out — or “vet” — a potential employer before committing yourself to a new position? The importance of a thorough … Continue reading

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Out with the old; In With the New

If you regularly read my blog, you know that my family consists of myself, 2 biological kids, and many young adults (and their children) who find their way to us, whether by court order or simply because they have chosen … Continue reading

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How To Deal With Job Search Rejection

What follows is my absolute best advice on how best to deal with those rejection letters you will receive as a result of your job search: ~Lynda C. Watts About the Author Find Lynda on LinkedIn Send Lynda an email

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The Purpose of Your Life: Can You Define It?

Often times — when we are somehow touched by the end of someone’s life — we take pause and think more deeply about our own life. And that deep thinking is often inclusive of the question, “What is my purpose … Continue reading

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Importance of Laughter

If “laughter is the best medicine,” why do so few take a daily dose? Learning from the Children Watch a child at play. What do you see? More importantly — what do you not see? You won’t see stress lines … Continue reading

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Priorities: The Top 4 — Getting them Straight

A single mother of three recently told me how she was having a difficult time finding a good man. “These guys just don’t understand that my kids come first,” she complained. “It reminds me of Mike,” she said, referring to … Continue reading

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