“Chronic Illness at Work – Career Success IS Possible.”
Read about Life and Work while Living with Chronic Illness.
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"You continue to be an inspiration to me in your written words (book, blog, email). Thank you, so much, for taking the time and energy to pass them along."
Lynda Chick, Sjogrens
"Thanks so much for 'Is anyone listening to your pain?'. What an extraordinary piece of writing! It’s valuable to both patients and practicing physicians and I’ll pass it on – a lot!"
"I love your blog! It helps me through my Lupus, APS and Pulmonary embolisms. I’m sometimes a Debbie downer and your emails and blog help me see that I am not the only one suffering."
"I really love your emails. Please keep sending them. They're so helpful. I am battling various chronic illnesses and your articles help me get back to work."
"I always enjoy your newsletter. The New Year's resolutions you cite should be mine and your clients."
"Thanks for sharing this. When some days it seems that we’re just existing in chronic illness or pain, it’s great to see that even in those days we can still accomplish something worthwhile if we set our mind to it."
"Another great thought-provoking article! Your ideas and motivation should be required reading for anyone facing a chronic diagnosis."
Patti Corbett Hansen
"Rosalind — you offer such good advice. There are no one-size-fits-all answers for people with a chronic illness."
"Thanks, Rosalind. I really needed to read this. I’m feeling great and just am STUCK at work. I don’t know why and don’t know that it’s specifically what you wrote of, but I do know that I’ve lost my identity. It’s frustrating. Thanks for being so timely. "
"Thanks– I can be a Lone Ranger when my symptoms are bad .It’s easier to shut off rather than be exposed to others’ non-understanding. I need to be reminded it’s not helpful."
"I’m proud to be part of a group of fighters that are fighting invisible battles all the time. And thanks to you for giving us a platform to encourage others in their daily challenges as well."
"Great article– I am seeking career options that allow me to manage my pain when necessary. Me, a formerly fearless, high achieving, ambitious type, now feels paralyzed with the fear of “getting in over my head”, and afraid to commit to ANYTHING! I continue to search for options. I do appreciate your inspiring articles! "
"Thank you for this message and for the wonderful work you do. "
Melinda S., LISCW