2. A serious illness‚ injury‚ or assault happened to a close relative.
3. Your parent‚ child‚ or spouse died.
4. A close family friend or another relative (aunt‚ cousin‚ grandparent) died.
5. You had a separation due to marital difficulties.
6. You broke off a steady relationship.
7. You had a serious problem with a close friend‚ neighbor‚ or relative.
8. You became unemployed or you were seeking work unsuccessfully for more than one month.
9. You were sacked from your job.
10. You had a major financial crisis.
11. You had problems with the police and a court appearance.
12. Something you valued was lost or stolen.
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