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Coping with everyday work issues

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Posted by: @mbjohnson823

Hi David.  I just joined VEDA today; this is my 1st post.  I am currently home on a Medical LOA from work, recovering from recent PLF repair surgery.  I have been persevering now, for 2.5 yrs, since my closed head trauma, that resulted in  multiple Vestibular diagnoses (which  took over 2yrs and multiple specialists (seems to be the norm) to be diagnosed). I have a high level -functioning occupational position and have officially reached a breaking point in performing those duties, due to said disability.  Coping with Everyday Work Issues (topic), is not going well, to answer your inquiry.    Along with being at a cross-roads with succumbing to permanent disability, acceptance of facing an abrupt career -ending change, comes secondary mental health struggles to overcome in coping with these outcomes.   Not to mention financial impact.  Then there is the stigma of this invisible disability.    Trying to explain over -and -over again to people why I am not yet back to work.    I was surprised to not see more Forum topics on work-related support. So- Thank you for starting this thread.  I welcome support from any removed link   Encouragement from others out there that gave up their career, and successfully adapted?   What about Occupational Accommodations if I do go back?  Is there ADA support out there?

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Dealing with the stress of uni assignments while deciding what to wear to class is one hell of a stress! Glad have my collection of cyberpunk samurai jacket .


   
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Stress management techniques such as deep breathing or meditation. Others find support in colleagues or seek professional help if the stress becomes too much.


   
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(@abhimanyu)
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@emdundbridge Thanks for the insights Edmund, it will ensure that people take notice of it and are able to take care of their mental health properly. In today's fast paced life, juggling work, social and personal life and other responsibilities start taking a toll on one's mental heath and it becomes important to deal with it properly for a fulfilling life. One website that I find to be helpful that provides good mental health advice , which i would want to suggest is :- https://yourmentalhealthpal.com/


   
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