I told my boss yesterday that I have mpd. He was great, really understanding. he used to suffer from ptsd so he understood some of what we are going through. I had a meeting today with him and Human Resources today to see what kind of support they can offer me. They were both great, really professional, but I can't shrugg off this feeling like I have made a mistake. They asked for permission to get in touch with my doctor and my psychiatrist, and now I'm worried that my doc will tell them that I have 3 sons in the foster care system as I haven't told my work I have children. I am now panicking, which is making me switch, which isn't helping at all. I might even just be parinoid (a side effect of my medication). I don't know what to do. Have any of you told a boss about your mpd and what did they do?
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