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Coping with Unemployment and DepressionThese items, several from well respected sources, are offered to inform you on the emotions you or a family member may be experiencing during a career transition.  Depression can be a serious medical condition but it can be successfully addressed.  Sometimes a person becomes so overwhelmed by depression they do not recognize their symptoms or potentially move to deny the problem.  Sometimes we have to help move another towards help.  There are some resources available within The CT Groups.  If you or someone needs this help please contact a Moderator.
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Blow Off Post-Holiday Blues WebMD 
Coping with Depression & Unemployment WebMD 
Coping with Holiday Job Search Blues Psychology Today 
Coping with the Stress of Layoff and Unemployment University of Berkeley 
Depression Is Making Unemployment Longer [Editorial] The Ladders - Marc Cenedella 
Depression Self Assessment The Mayo Clinic 
Does The Job Of Your Dreams Exist? 
Emotional Issues with Layoffs/Separations/Downsizing/... The Ladders - Marc Cendella 
Failure Doesn't Mean It's Over 
Families Taking Charge: Dealing with Unemployment Virginia Tech 
High-Tech Unemployment WebMD 
Myths and Facts About Your Moods [Quiz] WebMD 
Overcoming Unemployment, Reclaiming Spirit 
Stress, Depression and The Holidays: Tips for Coping The Mayo Clinic 
Survive Unemployment with Moral Support Palm Beach Post 
TOP TIPS FOR JOB HUNTERS: Use The Dogtown Legacy to Stay Upbeat and Succeed in Your Job Search 
Unemployment Blues: Emotional Damage Control  
Unemployment Blues: Mind Over Mood Job Post Canada 
Unemployment Blues: The Mixed Emotions of Finding a Job 
Unemployment, Redundancy, and Dismissal. An Emotional Ride! 
Unemployment Survival: Taking Back Control 
Weathering The Storm 
Your Layoff, Your Brain: How to Get Out of Your Own Way [Editorial] The Ladders - Marc Cenedella 
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