I am job hunting, and I am not sure when and how would be the best way to tell my prospective new boss/coworkers that I have FM. My natural instinct is to let people know if I feel the need to justify why I move slowly at times, or whatever the outward signs of Fibro seem to be at the time. But, I'm not so sure it's best to tell people, because it might make me look like a whiner and like I am trying to prepare them for my wanting to "get out of" things. That is so not me... I work really hard, and it kills me when people think I want special treatment. Is it better to be up front from the start, or just do my job and not think about what others think?
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