I want to ask how folks have handled the change vocationally that chronic pain brings. I know I have had to stop seeing individuals because I can no longer schlep around from house to house and in the school's. The less I walk, the better for my pain level. I work for a business though that survives because therapists bring in revenue from seeing clients. My employer has been more than helpful and reasonable with my problems but I know I can no longer perform my duties. Any thougths or input would be much welcomed.
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