You know I have worked for the same company for 14 years and I have in that time declined consistently in physical and mental health.
I had made a remark that working with pain and vertigo made me feel like an idiot. And someone I know well and respect said
I have lost two careers due to chronic illness. My academic career where I was going to go for my Ph.D. but due to unmanaged
Pain had symptoms. And pain has a cost. And when we look at the cost of pain we have to acknowledge it is more than the
I have been reviewing old posts to add featured pictures to them and do some editing and I have learned a few things about myself
I was talking to my spouse about my capacity to work which is nill right now, and the incapacity for my insurance company to pay
I look at my friends and their accomplishments and it gives me joy and happiness for them. I love to see them thrive in new
So I am on a leave right now until this vestibular migraine, or whatever it is, sorts itself out. I hope the neuro
The day to day routine of working and functioning with chronic pain is utterly draining. You have to really make use of that time after
I work with chronic pain. That being fibromyalgia and chronic migraines. It isn’t an easy thing to do, but many of us do. What are
How has Migraine or Headache impacted your career? Statistically people with chronic migraines do have income affected, if they are not disabled. I am currently
I have always been an ambitious person with specific career goals. And it is hard to reconcile that chronic pain doesn’t really allow for ambition.
The Brainless Blogger is returning to work, once I get all that sorted out. I had to get a new vehicle because my brother hit
There is this lack of dependability and reliability that comes with being incapable of working. You prove it by trying and failing. Sometimes over and