Chapter 2:  Coping With Job Loss--Family Impact

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When your family loses its only, or an important, source of income, it can seem like the end of the world. Finances usually take center stage; expenses that never worried you before will suddenly loom as ominous clouds. How will you pay the mortgage or keep up with your insurance and utility bills? Luxuries you could afford last week - dining out, vacations, summer camp, and similar enjoyments - will necessarily grind to a screeching halt.

In addition, if you were the infallible breadwinner, and you temporarily can't provide for your loved ones (at least in the manner to which they've been accustomed), members of your household can suffer a crisis of faith.

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