Hi, I was just wondering for some personal advice around my career in HR. I have wanted to work in HR my whole life and I have accomplished so much on my journey to HR, including achieving my level 7 at age 24 and achieving chartered status the same year. I have held two mid-senior roles within HR both of which had ended in redundancies that weren’t completed correctly. I have also worked in some toxic environments and to cut a long story short I have never been treated so poorly than I have whilst working within HR. I am really passionate about HR, I really want to make a positive difference to everyone at work (why not, we spend a lot of our lives at work!) I have been interviewing for roles for around 6 weeks now, I have walked into interviews and been told I am really competent HR professional and they know I could do the job. However I haven’t been successful in getting roles at present for the following reasons: -It’s a step down or the role is too small - There is no specific feedback we just felt the other candidate had the edge over you but your interview was really strong. - Or it wasn’t a right fit and the role has gone back out to advert I understand as HRP’s we have to be resilient, but at the moment I feel like I’m falling out of love with HR. Has anyone else been through this and can offer me some tips to help me stay resilient? I just feel at the moment I’ve wasted a lot of my time and energy in a career that doesn’t respect me! Thanks in Advance!