well i am finally getting back into life. after 3 months of drs., hospitals, specialists, meds and tests. not to mention the pain, spasms, headaches, dehydration, diarrhea, nausea and weakness. i don't want to go back there again. so tomorrow i start back to work. three weeks at 20 hrs. , 2 weeks at 30 hrs. and then i start the 40 plus hrs a week. i had thoughts that this day may never come for me. i need to get better. i have my husband who had all of his strokes. he isn't doing too good right now. then my daughter who has ic/endo/asthma/fibo. she has been in bed for 4 yrs.( i know i have said this before-sorry) i also have written my son-in -law broke his neck 3 weeks ago. this really was such a horrible accident. one that our family is having a hard time dealing with. anyway i just wanted to know if anyone has any advice on my returning to work. any ideas on what i should do to make this transition positive. thank you
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