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Lost Every Thing in Real Life in Just One Day

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#21 by valerie » Tue Jan 12, 2016 05:20

I lost everything in a fire a few years ago so I know how you feel.

The good news is, you're young, have parents, and life goes on.

You'll find another job. When one door closes, another door opens.
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#22 by ivy05 » Tue Jan 12, 2016 05:28

Stand up and think clear. They are your parents and they will be the first to understand and cheer you up...maybe some better opportunity awaits for you..:) Goodluck on your new journey!!! :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:
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#23 by jjohnson777 » Tue Jan 12, 2016 07:59

I never had a real job. Happy I started working for myself right after college. Did not make much in first few years but now earn way more than could working a real job. You lucky live in cheap cost of living area so take less live on if plan follow my way not as easy as was 15 years ago.
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#24 by mkpit » Tue Jan 12, 2016 09:22

I Think , you guys are right . I should pull myself together and make myself go further.... alright.... this time I'll do this in mission .until then bye guys . I'll only come here to wish happy birthday to birth day person daily ,if other's are not gonna do that . hoping to see you all soon with success crown.
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#25 by tasman1 » Tue Jan 12, 2016 19:28

Golden rule .............. find any , yes any job for the start , forget how much you will be paid . Remember that people with ,, any ,, job have 1000% BETTER CHANCE to find better , normal job ,, good luck
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#26 by proadco » Tue Jan 12, 2016 20:20

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#27 by lotoole » Tue Jan 12, 2016 21:01

I know what a shock it is to lose a job and how it can feel to depend upon your family for help. However, that's what families are for - to stick together and help each other. Things will get better and you may even find yourself with a better job than you had before. There is no reason to be embarassed and you have not lost everything. You still have your health, your youth, an entire lifetime before you and the love of your family. You're wealthier than you may think.
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#28 by BouldRake » Tue Jan 12, 2016 21:07

Four years ago, I lost my testicles.

You just lost a job.

I understand what it's like to lose a job, but I've lost my testicles. If that doesn't give you some perspective, nothing will.
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#29 by aryanraj150 » Tue Jan 12, 2016 22:31

In my opinion the success of life in a sentence

TRY TRY & TRY AGAIN YOU WILL SUCCEED AT LAST

Cheer up and be brave to cross all the hurdles of life. :thumbup:
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#30 by Romeo1051000 » Tue Jan 12, 2016 23:06

We are on the same boat. At least you are single. I still have 6 children to support and feed. But let's not loose hope. Someone out there maybe able to help. Try col center or just keep on looking via jobstreet and other. While we are still alive there is hope. When God closes a door other windows will open. Keep you faith
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#31 by camster23 » Wed Jan 13, 2016 00:51

i am s sorry that you have lost your job . My partner lost his 29 year old son last year when he had drowned,it made me realise that the most important thing in this world is our family and friends. Best of luck with finding another job though and I am sure you will.just hang in there.
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#32 by pindokhan123 » Wed Jan 13, 2016 01:52

hi my friend,i read your post and all subsequent comments and support.
Everyone here is with you and right in what they say,jobs come and go,ample experience also builds up so each time when you are faced with a new challenge you have that experience and motivation to succeed and to back you up.

Everything happens for a reason bro trust me,better jobs are waiting for you,its just a matter of time before your life clicks back into place.

Anyway what i suggest is this,keep searching for jobs ie newspapers,internet ads,shop window ads,word of mouth etc but dont give up,in between your job hunting spend your time here at clixsense ,as you know you are not alone,the massive community here will always support fellow members,thats the best thing about clixsense ,you can share anything,talk about anything and always someone will reply.

To finish off with bro before i bore everyone to death :D keep faith,have hope,2moro is always better than the day b4.

LIFE IS A TEST ITSELF..............DONT FAIL IT :thumbup:
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#33 by pindokhan123 » Wed Jan 13, 2016 01:56

hey bouldrake,,,,,sorry but i found it so funny,dont know whether to cry or laugh,,you aint having us on are ya? :D

did you really lose your testicles? i mean they dropped off or what? :shock:


i think your so funny....you got a wacky and weird sense of humour,i like it :thumbup:
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#34 by hamsu » Wed Jan 13, 2016 05:35

pindokhan123 wrote: hey bouldrake,,,,,sorry but i found it so funny,dont know whether to cry or laugh,,you aint having us on are ya? :D

did you really lose your testicles? i mean they dropped off or what? :shock:


i think your so funny....you got a wacky and weird sense of humour,i like it :thumbup:

:lol: :lol: I think he is a warrior before loosing his .. :lol: :lol: @bouldrake Very good & funny example it serves to push people to go ahead after a deception in real life.
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#35 by BouldRake » Wed Jan 13, 2016 06:52

pindokhan123 wrote: hey bouldrake,,,,,sorry but i found it so funny,dont know whether to cry or laugh,,you aint having us on are ya? :D

did you really lose your testicles? i mean they dropped off or what? :shock:


i think your so funny....you got a wacky and weird sense of humour,i like it :thumbup:

Yeah, you're allowed to laugh, but no, I'm not having you on - I had stage 3 testicular cancer.
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#36 by cookin2 » Wed Jan 13, 2016 08:39

BouldRake wrote:
pindokhan123 wrote: hey bouldrake,,,,,sorry but i found it so funny,dont know whether to cry or laugh,,you aint having us on are ya? :D

did you really lose your testicles? i mean they dropped off or what? :shock:


i think your so funny....you got a wacky and weird sense of humour,i like it :thumbup:

Yeah, you're allowed to laugh, but no, I'm not having you on - I had stage 3 testicular cancer.

I trust you're doing well now?
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#37 by BouldRake » Wed Jan 13, 2016 08:59

Yeah - it would have been less good at putting losing a job into perspective if it ended "and now I'm dying".
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#38 by cookin2 » Wed Jan 13, 2016 09:27

Glad to hear that :thumbup: And you do have a point there about the job comparison!
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#39 by pindokhan123 » Wed Jan 13, 2016 20:08

oh really sorry to hear that bouldrake :cry:

i pray you get better or and not worse. we need people like you here forever n'ever

best of luck! :thumbup:
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#40 by pradeepbhattrai » Thu Jan 14, 2016 00:15

Dude i also have a very hard time.. now i am over the moon... no job have a family son now i think i can earn 15000 ic easily in a month here . i am student also... i regret how i did not know about this site a long time ago.. been here for 2 months and earning good...
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