Last reply 4 weeks ago
Back to work

Well after a few weeks of rest at home I’m now back to work, and so thankfully to be. My son’s would like to see me take off more time, but as I have told them I have always liked working and I will continue to for as many more years as I’m able.
I’m a stubborn women, I guess but I will not give into MS, It does not have me yet and if I have my way it never will, we shall see as time moves on.
Just wanted to share my thoughts šŸ¤—

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vixen
4 weeks ago

Hi @bobbij, I have reduced my working days. This decision wasn’t so much that I couldn’t manage 5 days, but I realised that my weekends were taken up with resting/recovering/preparing. I wanted my days off to be more pleasurable and meaningful; reducing to three days has been a great move and has improved my quality of life for sure šŸ™‚


stumbler
4 weeks ago

@bobbij , “Iā€™m a stubborn women”!!! How many of you are there?

I can understand your desire to keep working. It gives us a professional persona and can be good for our mental health.


cayce_dever
4 weeks ago

I am having the same mentality – I don’t want to be held back by a disease! My neuro told me there is no problem in working, studying, and working out and encouraged continuing everything as is but to stop when I start to feel fatigued instead of pushing through.

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