I was diagnosed a year ago. I had just started teaching six months before the diagnosis. I struggle with energy and all of the usual MS issues. I really need to keep working, but I am not sure how to strike the proper balance. It seems that when I go to support group meetings that everyone has quit their job, it is discourgaing because all the activities they plan are in the daytime. It seems that I am stuck between the MS community and the normal/healthy community, any advice?
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