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    In terrible pain while sitting down...

    #Fibromyalgia #BackPain #Pain #wfh

    Dealing with debilitating generalized pain, fibromyalgia for the past few years. I would like to restart WFH after a long break. I have currently enrolled into a few courses in order to obtain a couple of certifications in my field, but I find the pain (especially the back pain) while sitting down excruciating, and I am absolutely exhausted after a 3 hours class.

    Any words on how to deal with that? For those working with Fibro, what setups have you adopted (for sitting especially), which you have found to be a game changer? How do you organize an 8-hour workday so that you are not absolutely tired, and can continue working the following day? Any advice will be greatly appreciated.

    Thank you, and take care!

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    Sarum

    Working From Home

    Hey guys, Happy Friday. Let me start this out by saying that I’m so very grateful to able to work from home, that I still have a job during a time that many don’t. Also, I’m not complaining, I’m just stating a fact in what I’m about to say...

    When I “clock out” for the day, I don’t know what to do with myself. Like, now what? Any ideas? #wfh #quarantine #help #Anxiety #dontknowwhattodowithmyhands

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    I'm now WFH with this COVID 19 and it has it's perks for sure, but I feel like I'm losing my place in the world. As if all the days and weeks are blurred and I can't see where things began and where I'm going or what direction I'm even headed in. I wake up and eat then work and sleep. I feel stuck in repeat like Groundhog Day. Is anyone else feeling like this or am I alone?

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    Working from home #wfh #Fibromyalgia

    Thankful to be working for a company that is able to have its employees work from home #wfh My commute is much shorter and my sleep time is slightly longer. I have no complaints - experiencing minimal fibromyalgia symptoms.
    Hoping that everyone is able to find some peace during this uncertain time out global community is experiencing.
    Big hugs to everybody!

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