hi everyone. in june, i gave birth to my daughter and 3 days later, i developed bilateral bell's palsy. no medical treatments worked and i was tested for every disease possible untill the doctors declared it bilateral bell's palsy. i was out on maternity leave for 10 weeks, and now, i am out on disability. i am a teacher and though i i do have tremendous improvement (able to smile and keep my lips partially closed) i can't speak correctly, therefore, i'm on disability. i am going crazy staying home all day. i feel like i'm not stimulated like i was when i was teaching. anyone have suggestions-what jobs can i do with this condition? i have gone to play groups and gotten out of the house, but i really feel i not only need to make more money to contribute to the family, but i need to exercise my brain. help.....
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