All my life I have been a balls to the walls outdoor recreation athlete - mountain climbing, dirt motorcycles, trail running, jet skiing and so on.
I have had mild fibro syptoms for over 15 years, mostly a nusiance but never stopped me. A year ago my wife was diagnosed with late stage cancer and over the past year I have gone into a major breakdown.
I can hardly get out of my recliner, walk to the bathroom, or do anything physical. I feel like I am going to be sedentary for the rest of my life.
FYI I have never smoked or drank, eat perfectly, am very financially seucure and have zero other stressors - other than I feel sick and in pain 24/7
Ever since I entered my professional career I haven't been able to keep a job for more than 2 years. Not at fault of my own, usually layoffs cause me to loose them. Even moving to the other side of the country to the most popular city doesn't help. Almost always I struggle after a short time, I call in sick, I degrade in my performance and generally just doom myself to fail. My latest job I'm...
My medications dont seem to be working anymore and i have been on them over 6 months. What to do? Suck it up or go back to the doctor and get them changed or higher dosage?