Hello all: I was just wondering if any of you have had to change jobs/careers & try & start fresh like you were "good as new". I went on med/disability last year for a temp/long term spell & am getting ready to try & get back in the game. My previous job & related stress were main factors in the deterioration of my health & continual flares of my Lupus & "getting out" was no longer avoidable. I have had to sell my house, give up my car and have pretty much lost all (financially) I have worked for inc my 401K. I'm ok with starting over & happy I still can (even though I haven't officially been released) but I'm a little concerned about starting with a new company/position. I've always had such vigor & projected an energy that I could get anything taken care of. I feel as if I've lost some of that & I may not be perceived the same way. I know it all comes down to what I project~ but I'm not quite the same person I was B4. Any suggestions???? Thanx & have a wonderful Day.
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