supercat

What do you do for a living?

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I work in volunteer administration for a non-profit building wheelchair ramps for low-income seniors and families. It's been difficult because all of our teams are scheduled in the morning, and I can't always guarantee that I will wake up soon enough to get everything ready and make it to the site on-time. My boss has been thinking about firing me for a long time now because of this, despite the enormous expansion and funding I've brought into the program. I was diagnosed after I was hired, and it's proving to be real obstacle to any sort of professional development because of the strain it puts on my employee and my supervisor. I love this job, I love the work that I do every day, and I wish N didn't stand in the way so much, I just don't want to admit defeat, has anyone figured out how to make stringent morning schedules work? With my medication I don't have terrible sleep attacks anymore, but the c is getting worse. Anyone have any advice on controlling the c? 

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I'm a zookeeper. I love it :D

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