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Eliot, R. S., Breo D. L., & Debakey M. E. (1989).  Is It Worth Dying For?.
"In America, people are identified by what they do, to the point that it often seems they are their work—in the eyes of others and even in their own eyes. It's no accident that we introduce ourselves by telling what we do for a living. That's why losing a job, being out of the job market for a long time, having serious conflict at work, or feeling torn between work and home can threaten much more than a source of income. These job stresses can undermine one's sense of personal worth and identity." (p. 209)

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