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3 scary moments you'll experience after you're laid off (even if you saw it coming)

Two years ago, I lost a job I didn’t love. I immediately felt relieved.  Not only did the thought of going into that office every day keep me up at night, but my wife and I had a decent amount of money saved up. And on top of that, I got a bigger-than-expected severance. So when the time came to part ways, it felt like everything would actually be OK. However, a couple of months into my job search, I realized that being let go isn’t just hard for financial reasons (although it definitely can be), but it also had a larger emotional impact on me than I thought it would.
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