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Welcome to another episode of Dear Krachel, our monthly advice segment where we answer listener questions about life, career, relationships, existential angst, and anything that helps you become a more whole, fulfilled version of yourself.

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  1. Yes, I totally relate to Sam! I need to let go of a part-time job, I also work with kids and I adore them. My coworkers are also pretty great, and I’m afraid of letting go of the several hundred bucks a month….even though I’m burned out, exhausted, and I need to create space to work on a business (and rest). I’m scared of letting go of the money. I have a “what if it doesn’t work out” fear going on. I even set an end date and wrote a resignation letter but haven’t turned it in. I’m so stubborn and codependent! I could definitely wind up getting sick if I don’t leave. Hugs to Sam, I feel you.

    1. That’s understandable, Cassie! I know that several hundred bucks can be a big deal some months, so it’s natural you’d have that concern. I think if you can actually answer the “OK, what’s the worst-case scenario here?” in a reasonable way, it’s a good sign you’re allowed to take a risk! 🙂

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