Four in the Morning Syndrome
More people die at around four am than any other specific time. It is also the time people wake up to worry. They lie in bed restlessly, trying hard not to disturb anyone else but with a mind in turmoil.
The biggest problem is the compounding factor of extrapolation; I am losing my job, I won’t be able to pay the mortgage, the house will be lost, we will be homeless, divorce is inevitable, and I will never see my kids again…
If that person can access our members website, they can slip out of bed, log on and do something practical such as look at the latest vacancies, review the CV, think through potential interview questions, or research likely organisations.
Being able to do something has a real benefit for mental well-being.