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SlytherinGirl06

548d

How do many of you deal with working (if that's not to personal)? I know for me with all the meds plus the swelling and the brain foggyness and the fact that I can't drive because all the other things this condition has caused it makes it hard keeping a job😕

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    • HenriettaHeadache

      543d

      I wasn't able to return to work for a few years. I'm now on social security disability, and I was lucky enough to find a part time job working only 2 days a week.

    • HenriettaHeadache

      543d

      I wasn't able to return to work for a few years. I'm now on social security disability, and I was lucky enough to find a part time job working only 2 days a week.

    • Truelove

      543d

      I was lucky enough to go back to work

    • Kasidy

      544d

      I have been lucky enough to find a flexible and remote independent contractor position with a nonprofit where I’m able to work up to full time when I’m well and then I just work very minimal hours when my head or vision is too bad. But the downside there is that I don’t get any health insurance, paid leave, etc. so it’s a fairly precarious position to be in!

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