Hey there, this is new for me. I've been struggling with this disease alone for several years now. I had surgery almost a year ago to reconstruct my foot that fell apart due to "chariot arthropathy". Basically, as I understand it, because of the disconnected relaying of info from my brain to my foot; the bones in my foot became saturated blood taking on the consistency of butter. I had to wait a year, wearing a boot, for the bones to regain normal consistency. I had the surgery, had a 6-month recuperation off from work. I've been back to work for four months and I'm feeling a lot of pressure and intolerance. It's like they expected me to be 100% "fixed" and don't understand why I'm having horrible back spasms and still in the stages of recovery.
Here's my question: is anyone else experiencing intolerance on the job from management and/or coworkers? If so, how do you manage the daily fallout? I'm under a microscope and they think I'm incompetent because it takes longer to do some things. Most days I'm feeling so discouraged I want to quit but then figure how will I get another job? Any thoughts or feedback is greatly appreciated.