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Coping with your emotions in a redundancy situation
People who are made redundant feel a range of emotions at this time and may find it hard to talk about their feelings. Some of these feelings might be:
These range of emotions exist at differing times.This is perfectly natural. There are no easy answers. Everyone deals with their feelings in their own way. If you need someone to talk to Counselling help is available.
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Many people will get through this in their own time but, for some, professional assistance may be appropriate. Talking with your partner or trusted colleagues can help - look to be there for a colleague who needs you.
Channel your feelings and emotions into moving forward rather than looking back in regret. Try and stay positive and motivated. It may be difficult to believe the following statement but:
Remember! It is the position which has been made redundant rather than the individual.
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