Getting laid off from my toxic job was the best thing that ever happened to me because the drama of these toxic relationships kept me in a rumination cycle.
Fluctuating between self-hatred (focused on what’s wrong with me) and self-righteous anger (focused on what an effed up company).
Back and forth.
The “me” problem meant that I didn’t believe that I deserved more.
The “them” problem meant that I just got angrier.
This is called the river of misery. Essentially it’s us swimming in the suck and not trying to get out.
Not feeling better.
Not anything but hating yourself and your life.
Getting laid off allowed me to see the shore.
That my work didn’t have to be like that anymore.
So I decided to climb out of the river.
To learn exactly how I did this, head on over to YouTube and I’m going to teach you how.
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