Have you recently lost your job and feel like keeping to yourself a little more than usual? Just feel like staying away from happy hour and reading a good book at home? Or do you feel like sitting in a corner with the lights off? Did you say only if you’re on your last check and the lights were shut off? Thought so! The results of a study that has gone on for more than 45 years says that people tend to pull away from social organizations and/or groups once they lose their job. The science behind the survey says that these feelings of inadequacy come from a reciprocating relationship the person had with society that they can no longer fulfill. It’s as though you feel like you’re not holding up your end of the bargain with society by being out of a job. Well, someone needs to tell Craig an ‘nem because they were being very social at the corner store last night and they haven’t had jobs in a month of Sundays. Read all about the survey here. It obviously doesn’t apply to, let’s just say, a lot of people we know.