You are suddenly out of job. Sometimes it feels like earth itself has moved away from your feet. Everywhere you look, you find darkness. Your life has changed dramatically. Whether you want yourself to be succumbed the wormhole or use this as a learning experience is entirely up to you, but we feel like it is our responsibility to guide you in the right path during this difficult time. The first thing you need to do under this circumstance is to handle your emotions with care. Always, getting irritated or angry would not help your cause at all. It can actually tarnish your relationship with your dear ones in the long run.
It is not advisable to have negative attitude about your previous organization, employer and colleagues. Maybe they are to blame for all of this or not, but if you keep a good relation with them despite what happened, you may find it easy to look for the next job and you would not have to carry your past baggage.
Before you decide to leave your job, be done with all formalities such as paperwork. You do not want it to hamper your other works or when you start to look for your next job.
Before you weigh your other options, take some time off. Do activities that interest you. Like reading books, watching movies, hanging out with friends and etc.
Once you have a fresh mind to start over, you can finally search for your job. Try to be active, connect with your preferred company and always keep yourself updated. When you attend your next interview and questions related to your previous employing organization arise, then talk about it in a positive note and put every focus on yourself and your success. This way, your interviewer can get the message that your past is now a distant background you do not want to dwell on.