Well I haven't posted anything in a while so thought I would let you all know that after being extremely nervous about going back to work or at least looking for work after ten years of not working I finally got a job and have been working now for going on three weeks. I guess it is going pretty well and I feel my new boss has the right to know that I am dissabled but I am hesitant to tell her that I am mentally ill, what do you all think? Should I tell her? And if you think I should tell her that I am disabled should I tell her what it is or rather should I just be very general about it? I do like my new job very much, it has virtually no stress as all I have to do is drive a van for a hotel two to three time durring the shift and clean up a little around the public area's. Anyway I will be looking forward to ready your thoughts on the matter. Thanks for your time.
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