I am 29 years old, I am unemployed for the last 6 months and I am facing rejections. How do I stop feeling unworthy and depressed?

Updated on : December 3, 2021 by Ben Booth



I am 29 years old, I am unemployed for the last 6 months and I am facing rejections. How do I stop feeling unworthy and depressed?

Take a good look at yourself, maybe in the mirror or you can just visualize yourself with all your heart. Release everything negative, evil, hatred, etc. Now imagine giving yourself the best and biggest hug you have ever received in your life. Give yourself LOVE, security, support because all you have is you, right? Of the 29 years that you have been living, think about what does not work for you. What makes you feel the way you feel, and takes small steps to lift yourself up. Whether it's to get out of bed and take care of yourself, maybe to do some applications. Rather, try to feed your mind more positive.

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Take a good look at yourself, maybe in the mirror or you can just visualize yourself with all your heart. Release everything negative, evil, hatred, etc. Now imagine giving yourself the best and biggest hug you have ever received in your life. Give yourself LOVE, security, support because all you have is you, right? Of the 29 years that you have been living, think about what does not work for you. What makes you feel the way you feel, and takes small steps to lift yourself up. Whether it's to get out of bed and take care of yourself, maybe to do some applications. Rather try to feed your mind with more positivity and less negativity! Remember that everyone's life is different, but EVERYONE's life is meaningful and purposeful. You are special. Do not forget. Get up, get back into your spirit, and do again what would make you feel happy, worthy, and grateful. Some have it worse, others have it better, but the key to happiness and a happy mindset is to be grateful for what you have and how far you've come. You got it! Let 2021 be your year of self-reflection and change. You are not in a hurry. You are blessed. You are abundant. Think and act like one. KNOW IT, and don't let anyone make you think differently

You keep getting better learning things and developing your skill set. Get better at doing something that would not only help you generate some income (and thus help those around you financially), but would also bring you satisfaction and joy while being productive and useful to those you work with or for whom you work.

You do things to help other people. Write notes to those around you, or even strangers, and tell them that you care about them and that you are thinking of them. Do things for people. LStop focusing on what makes you happy and start looking to serve and improve the lives of others. That's what I did, and my

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You keep getting better learning things and developing your skill set. Get better at doing something that would not only help you generate some income (and thus help those around you financially), but would also bring you satisfaction and joy while being productive and useful to those you work with or for whom you work.

You do things to help other people. Write notes to those around you, or even strangers, and tell them that you care about them and that you are thinking of them. Do things for people. LStop focusing on what makes you happy and start looking to serve and improve the lives of others. That's what I did, and my life has been so much happier and more fulfilling since then!

You can also look at different ways to earn cash or save money.

On a personal note: I face a lot of rejections every day and I can sympathize with you. Keep your chin up and keep working hard! Blessings.

When I was fired from my first professional job after college, I never felt depressed or unworthy.

The main reason was because I got the job in the first place. That was impressive on its own. So when I lost it, I already proved something to myself even surpassing the other people who applied it.

You're 29 years old, so take a look at your resume and remember how your past work experiences have served you value. I'm sure you tried something on yourself along the way and while you may not have a job right now, check out your resume to build confidence in what you are capable of.

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When I was fired from my first professional job after college, I never felt depressed or unworthy.

The main reason was because I got the job in the first place. That was impressive on its own. So when I lost it, I already proved something to myself even surpassing the other people who applied it.

You're 29 years old, so take a look at your resume and remember how your past work experiences have served you value. I'm sure you tried something on yourself along the way and while you may not have a job right now, check out your resume to build confidence in what you are capable of.

HR uses the resume for a reason at the time of hire. It's a literal snapshot of your previous work experience and the skills you've developed along the way.

Take a good look at it and maybe even write down all the qualities you developed and value that you brought to those positions you once held in the past. Not only will this help you in your interviews, but it will also help you gain confidence and feel like you can add value to whatever future position you interview for.

Another thing you can do is focus on what you are good at. Especially right now. Spend some time doing what you're good at or whatever hobby you enjoy. This will also help you feel better about yourself because when you do something that you are good at, you become aware that you are good at it. And thus, it helps you realize that you have the potential to be good at other things.

You're not alone. There are a lot of good people who are unemployed right now. Covid-19 makes it more stressful for people to find work. You have to keep sending those resumes and applying for positions. I've been there. I know it can be daunting, but you will find something. Tell yourself that you are not unworthy. Why don't you do something nice for yourself, like making a nice meal or indulging yourself with something? Good luck and keep the faith!

One of the things to do is go back to the job market. Even if you accept a job that is not ideal at the moment.

If you have a pleasant voice and can talk to other people on the phone, I suggest you try customer service on any jobs that have openings and / or schedule phone appointments with various companies seeking help.

Some of these companies pay pretty decent salaries and if you have experience with customer service that's a bonus. You would be very welcome in that category of companies that need a good voice and good manners and can help customers.

Could you try some

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One of the things to do is go back to the job market. Even if you accept a job that is not ideal at the moment.

If you have a pleasant voice and can talk to other people on the phone, I suggest you try customer service on any jobs that have openings and / or schedule phone appointments with various companies seeking help.

Some of these companies pay pretty decent salaries and if you have experience with customer service that's a bonus. You would be very welcome in that category of companies that need a good voice and good manners and can help customers.

You can try some of the following companies, in the business of A / C, utilities, real estate, including real estate investors, who need nice and dedicated people. Also, keep in mind that these rare companies provide an hourly wage, plus some also offer commissions. They need your skills. My best wishes for you.

Hi there. I think you should find out why you feel unworthy. Write down all the reasons. Then ask yourself about each point, is this true or not? If true, then how can you improve yourself? The same process applies to job rejection. If you are missing something, you can improve. And if everything is fine, but you are still rejected, don't give up. You may feel sad, depressed, and upset. it's completely 100% fine. But don't give up. It is just one phase of your life that will last one day. We don't choose to have bad things happen to us, but we can always choose how we deal with

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Hi there. I think you should find out why you feel unworthy. Write down all the reasons. Then ask yourself about each point, is this true or not? If true, then how can you improve yourself? The same process applies to job rejection. If you are missing something, you can improve. And if everything is fine, but you are still rejected, don't give up. You may feel sad, depressed, and upset. it's completely 100% fine. But don't give up. It is just one phase of your life that will last one day. We don't choose to have bad things happen to us, but we can always choose how we will deal with the situation. Whatever happens is not in our hands at some point, but we can always choose what we will do to solve the problems that can change our future.

Try spending your free time on your hobby or spending time with your family and friends. It may help reduce your depression. You can even read a good book. You can read, "The subtle art of not giving a damn" by Mark Manson. Believe me, this book will change your perception for the rest of your life. Have a nice day

Perhaps consulting a counselor will help you get back on track. Many of us have been experiencing some bouts of depression, fear, and uncertainty for the past few months and beyond. So please don't beat yourself up too much. Things are shaking right now, that's all. You'll get over it in time. Maybe start a little routine of something that you enjoy and that builds self-esteem, like exercising or working out, taking walks, etc. (AT HOME or in groups that do it safely). GREAT release and good feeling, when going out and getting fresh air

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Perhaps consulting a counselor will help you get back on track. Many of us have been experiencing some bouts of depression, fear, and uncertainty for the past few months and beyond. So please don't beat yourself up too much. Things are shaking right now, that's all. You'll get over it in time. Maybe start a little routine of something that you enjoy and that builds self-esteem, like exercising or working out, taking walks, etc. (AT HOME or in groups that do it safely). GREAT release and good feeling, as he got out and got some fresh air and was still surrounded by people who supported him, safely.

Also, you can try to get some CDs or find a website that provides MOTIVATIONAL encouragement and advice to get you excited - again!

There are online groups that meet virtually or in person, several times a day and at different times during the week on the MEETUPS app / site.

And remember, you are NOT alone ... we ALL need a little encouragement at times in our lives!

Take good care of yourself and keep your head up! You deserve to be happy, safe and productive and you will be again! Try to be patient and not be so hard on yourself. It's not your fault.

I hope things start to get better for you VERY SOON and that maybe one of my ideas will spark something in you to investigate.

Sincerely,

Tina C.

While waiting for an interview, volunteer where you can in your area. Many times these situations turn into jobs. Also, you will not think about yourself or be depressed. You will be giving back to those in need. You will see that you are not unworthy and your depression will disappear.

Why would you feel unworthy and depressed? We are in a temporary adjustment due to the pandemic. It does not mean that we should panic, as if the world has collapsed on us. The last thing you can do is make sure food is available. You do not have to choose what foods you will or will not eat. It is important that you can eat. Not until all people think as one, following health protocols, we will not be able to return to the normality of life. It is normal for a person during this period to be affected by confinements, no one wanted a life that was full of many problems.

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Why would you feel unworthy and depressed? We are in a temporary adjustment due to the pandemic. It does not mean that we should panic, as if the world has collapsed on us. The last thing you can do is make sure food is available. You do not have to choose what foods you will or will not eat. It is important that you can eat. Not until all people think as one, following health protocols, we will not be able to return to the normality of life. It is normal for a person during this period to be affected by confinements, no one wanted a life that was full of many problems. But we must be resilient during this period. We need not fear, and you do not need to think about facing rejection. It was a given state for this moment.

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Go out and find a job regardless of what job it is. Don't let your dignity set you back. It's better than starving. I've cleaned toilets, folded women's stockings, and now I'm gardening. Soon I will be an actress or a model. Work as hard as you can while you're young and get the most out of it. As you get older, your body doesn't respond as well. Always prepare for the future.

Everyone goes through certain ups and downs in life, keep saying I'm going to find something good very soon and be positive about it, don't let this sink into your subconscious that you are useless and rejected, you will never get out. her. Keep trying. Good luck.

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