Well friends, after numerous dr. visits, I finally found a therapist and got some things off my chest. Somehow having a neutral party listen helps. It's been six weeks since my home invasion occured to my family, and I am trying so hard to move on. I haven't returned to work yet and I'm still trying to work on it. I stay up late at night because I'm "on guard" all the time and then end up sleeping the day a way. The medication has helped change this slightly so I'm actually moving around a little. My husband has decided he wants to relocate to fl(we were thinking about it prior to the event anyway) and I'm trying to write a propsal to my employer to allow me to telework from a home office. I've been a great employee to them with exceptional reviews and I hope they go for it. Hubby even has my 12 yr old sold on it and we need a change of scenery to start rebuilding our lives. Anyone telework from home or have any feedback?
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