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- Career Anxieties
This is how she remembered what her husband had said: ” Your preoccupation with work is destroying this family. We can’t take how wretched you’ve become.” And as she told it, she’d successfully kept her underlying depression at bay for years. But 18 months of unemployment— which were the busiest months of her life as [...]
- Negotiating Transitions Together
Overcoming involuntary unemployment is a lonely, personal challenge at best. At its extreme, it immobilizes action. Self-esteem plummets. Depression rises. Its economic effects are painful. Unemployment interacts with all levels of family life and planning. It makes economic provision difficult, with significant disrupting of: basic daily necessities; education; leisure; and plans for retirement. Research reflects [...]
- Hearing the Tree Fall In the Forest
Are team consultations, based in accomplishing task goals and sub-goals, possible in the absence of formal organization? The Accord Advisory Group’s StoneSoup Project says, “Yes!” However, the effort requires a catalyst, a common need. In a fast changing world, such imperatives may not be so difficult to find. They present themselves to us in the [...]