Facing a life-changing moment? Here's advice from people who have gone through it

Death of a loved one, divorce, house fires, searching for a job, getting married... These are some of the most stressful events people will experience in their lives. But after you experience these life-changing events, how do you move forward?
Darren Sinclair, right, and his teacher Will Burton prepare for Darren's first job interview. Spoiler alert: he rocked it. (CBC / Bridget Forbes)

Death of a loved one, divorce, house fires, searching for a job, getting married... According to studies, these are some of the most stressful events people will experience in their lives. But after you go through them, how do you move forward?

The guests on this week's Now or Never have all found unique ways to forge on. Here's their advice: 

Searching for work

(CBC / Bridget Forbes)

Coping with the death of a loved one

(Submitted / Jessica Seburn)

Planning a wedding

(CBC / Sandy Thacker)

Picking up the pieces after a house fire

(CBC)

Parenting after divorce

(Submitted)

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