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Down Time: Dealing With Unemployment Depression

Down Time: Dealing With Unemployment Depression

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Written by Robert Shindell   
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Down Time: Dealing With Unemployment Depression
Feeling of Hopelessness
Focus on Getting Over Your Job Loss
Keep Busy
Get Your Car Washed
Exercise Regularly
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Unfortunately, while you're running all those errands, your car might get a little dirty. Oddly enough, getting a car wash can do wonders for your spirit, especially if it's been a while since your poor, clanking vehicle has had one. There is no debate that, in America especially, your car is a huge indicator of your social status. This is why people are willing to spend tens of thousands of dollars more on big names like Lexus and Mercedes-Benz. The idea here is that when you get your car washed, you'll actually make your vehicle look sleeker and newer - it might even look a bit sexier. This can, in effect, make you feel a lot more confident, whether driving to the post office in your pajamas (to drop off your resume in the mail, of course) or to a job interview in a suit.



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