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It is very Ok to Speak out! by Cydsessions7: 1:14pm On Jul 07, 2020
Daz was a previously employed bustling construction worker, and he has been out of a job for about 1yr and 10 mnths now. People that seemed like friends have spaced out from him. The emotions from being jobless and isolated pressured him into attachment to much drinking and unhelpful thinking. He knows that the drinking is hurting him, but it seems to be the only solace he feels drawn to.

Job loss (or joblessness), idleness, isolation are situations that when experienced at the same time, can negatively impact a person's mental health.

Unburden your thoughts, talk about that situation, you can get skilled help with managing such situations.

Send an email to cydsessions@gmail.com


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