Episode 8 – What to Do If You Didn’t Get the Job (Or the Other Thing You Thought Your Future Depended On) – Part 1

February 25, 2020
Episode 8 – What to Do If You Didn’t Get the Job (Or the Other Thing You Thought Your Future Depended On)  – Part 1
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Episode 8 – What to Do If You Didn’t Get the Job (Or the Other Thing You Thought Your Future Depended On) – Part 1
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Show Notes

Every winter, lots of folks have to confront the reality that they didn’t get the jobs (or grants or publication acceptances) that they’d been hoping for. In this two part series, Karen and Kel discuss twelve strategies for confronting disappointment in a healthy and productive way, on the theme of: Face the Facts, Feel Your Feelings

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