Hi INNERBEAUTY78 - take a look at your username!! "INNERBEAUTY" - build on that, because it is true!!! :-)
I strongly suggest that you talk with your Dr about how you feel, and how you have always felt. Ask for a referral to a Therapist to help you get through this. It is amazing at how wonderful they can be to cut through the rubbish and get to the route of the problem and work on building you up again.
I am really sorry that you are having difficulties getting work. Unfortunately that is global, and nothing too much that we as individuals can do about that, other than not take it personally and keep on looking. I don't know if you are doing this or have thought about it, but often, if a person does volunteer work, they find it easier to get into paid employment. There are a few reasons for that - one is that you are 'out there' amongst people who KNOW people and can give you the heads up on potential work. The other is that employers are more likely to employ someone IN employment, and volunteer work is STILL employment. It also shows that you are not a 'grab and take' person, but rather a 'giver' and that can definitely work in the employer's best interests! I can tell you quite honestly that volunteering helps with self-esteem issues, too!
I did volunteer work for many years and it DID help me get work. I was a First Responder.
Edited by: SLIMMERKIWI at: 3/16/2013 (20:31)
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