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Take A Chance

The world of job hunting is hard. Especially for someone with anxiety.


You always have the voice in your head that tells you, you are not good enough. Through job hunting, this is almost amplified.

Even ghosted application. Every bad interview. Every rejection.

It almost tells you that you are not good enough. That you are not worthy.

You can tell yourself that this isn't true. Someone wanted you to be employed before. You are good enough.

But then you think of the consequences of those jobs.

You may have been the only one who applied. They were looking for a lot of people. You just so happened to fit the bill.

You will never get anywhere. Can't fit in anywhere. Destined to waste your life in the same job. Never following your dreams. Always stagnant.

In these moments, you just want someone to take a chance on you.

To tell you that you are worthy. That you are enough. That you are good enough.

That those words that you spent hours mulling over on your cover letter mattered. That you are qualified. That you had the skills.

It's no longer about coming up short because you were finally the one on top.

Finally, someone believed in you.

They gave to a chance. 

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