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Experiencing Sunday scaries each and every day? We all know that we need to work hard and to earn enough money for living, but what when you really (like really) hate your job but you are just not in a position and situation to quit at that moment? How to endure those hard times? We know how you feel, and we have already been in such a situation for at least once in our lives (like almost everyone). For that purpose, we have created this article! Check our advice and help yourself!
”I hate my job”. If you are thinking how you really hate your job, I would honestly suggest you to sit alone at some peaceful place. Do you really hate it or does it just annoy you? There is no job that is easy on this whole planet, and we all know how with time, any job can get hard, even if it is your biggest passion (or a hobby). Although, if you are really experiencing some heavy chronic stress for too long, we know that you are right about your job opinion. It is not for you then. Okay, if you really hate your job, then continue reading.
You became your job. If you have ”become your job”, and if you don’t have any life instead of it, then your job is of course not for you. Okay, we have told you how we will give you some practical advice how to endure this hard time. What should you do? Once you complete your job, be sure that you spend your time on something that makes you happy. Do you have a pet? What about coffee or dinner with your best friend? Do you enjoy running?
How will you handle it? Believe it or not, complaining just makes you feel worse. It’s not that you can’t talk about work with anyone, just be sure that you stay productive and try to find another job that will get you at least some satisfaction. Know how this all will pass like everything does (this doesn’t comfort me at all, yet for this purpose, it may be a great thing to tell to yourself).
Work on yourself. Like I have already mentioned in our 3rd fact, you need to work on yourself and to try your best to change your job. Don’t complain (okay, you can sometimes), but be sure that you are working hard to achieve what you want.