Human Resources Professional Dale Kreienkamp talks about the variety of emotions a person feels after being laid off. Kreienkamp, who was let go from his job in the healthcare industry after 25 years, says shock is typically the first reaction, regardless of the reason for the layoff. This is usually followed by hurt, anger, shame, embarrassment and fear. He reminds those who are unemployed that it's going to be okay, but it will be hard, with emotional highs and lows. You'll be surprised when you see God's hand of provision in your life.
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