My acquaintance works for a corporation and was one of the top performers. The firm decided to lay off certain employees due to the recession, and he was one of them. He was saddened and believed the company's decision was unjust. It has a significant impact on him, particularly his mental health. I recall him being overjoyed and delighted when he was accepted, and now this happened. I advised him to search for another job, and that his previous position may suffice as experience. It appears to have taken a toll on him, and he blames himself. He believes that the recession is only an excuse for the corporation, and that his lack of abilities is the primary cause. We often remark how wonderful he was at his work and heap praise on him. He needs some time off right now to accept reality and move on with his life. What do you believe is the first step in dealing with his situation?
An unacceptable fate!
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