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I haven’t worked for a while due to illness (mental). And now i have lost motivation in finding a job. I still do my Nitnem.

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14 minutes ago, Dsinghdp said:

I haven’t worked for a while due to illness (mental). And now i have lost motivation in finding a job. I still do my Nitnem.

Are there any courses you can do to get back into work? Like confidence building classes. It’s because your mind has been used to not doing something, so it needs training again. Have you had counselling from your illness? If not, then I suggest you do and ask how to deal with the lack of motivation. 

Carry on with your Nitnem, and are you also doing Simran? 

 

 

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1 minute ago, simran345 said:

Are there any courses you can do to get back into work? Like confidence building classes. It’s because your mind has been used to not doing something, so it needs training again. Have you had counselling from your illness? If not, then I suggest you do and ask how to deal with the lack of motivation. 

Carry on with your Nitnem, and are you also doing Simran? 

 

 

I started a IT course in September. I am currently on medication (Clozaril) which is very strong.

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2 hours ago, Dsinghdp said:

I started a IT course in September. I am currently on medication (Clozaril) which is very strong.

Have you asked your doctor about any side effects of the medication and how it will affect your mood? Also, are you able to work whilst on this medication ? 

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13 hours ago, Dsinghdp said:

I started a IT course in September. I am currently on medication (Clozaril) which is very strong.

Not sure what country you're in, but...

http://healthland.time.com/2012/05/30/marijuana-compound-treats-schizophrenia-with-few-side-effects-clinical-trial/

Maybe try something like Gutka, Aikido, or a group fitness class in your area to get you moving with people in a social setting. 

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Do some voluntary work.. The habit you may want to break is not having something to get up for and commitments (after all thats the reason many people get up for work in the morning, to avoid being reprimanded etc). Charity shops are always looking for volunteers as are places like care homes. In the past with my IT skills I volunteered at an old peoples home to show the people how to use the internet, video calling etc. There are plenty of volunteer jobs with mental health charities too. Volunteering also looks good on CV

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Are you married with kids??

If single then don't bother working just do seva and improve your gursikhi jeevan

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13 hours ago, sitokaur said:

Vahiguroo rakha_/\_

in conclusion, there is nothing wrong mentally with you Jio, it is mentally andley world who pressure Vahiguroo Parvasa, especially if you alone in major andley jeevs, so keep listening to Gurmatbibek.com atey akj.org Vaho Keertan audio, on their web as i do so your jeev atey maan stay by Guru Nanak dyalu Charna Jio_/\_

I think both those sites have keertan in just one jatha style.

Why not listen to raag keertan according to gurmatt? I think guru's way of doing keertan is what we should be focused on before any other groups.

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