I found visiting the Department of Labor a challenge at first. It was busy when I went, long lines and spent the bulk of the morning in there. Still it was good to get that underway because it was needed for my well-being and the transition between my unjust termination and obtaining a new job.
Part of receiving unemployment benefits was getting into the re-employment program. I saw it like a class, and it was a series of lectures and presentations, and I got up early for them. This program helped put some pep in the motor in spite of any former unemployed person's circumstances. The re-employment program reminded me of how valuable I am, and adds another support system for me to grow and be stronger.
There were a lot of cool benefits and I found myself submitting resumes and applications more and more. The uncool part is that I don't have a job (yet), but the time that passes tells me that kiss of death from an unjust termination lives on. Nevertheless, I'm not giving up. As I mentioned yesterday the grass may look greener elsewhere, but we all know different.
As always, stay strong, and never give up.