How good is a timely word! Proverbs 15:23
Just want to give you a big (((((HUG)))))) girlfriend! Wish your troubles would just melt away, but I would write a formal letter like MK said and give it to him. Maybe once its on paper in black and white and he can read it a couple times he'd see your point of view?
good luck, and hope you get your strength back soon
I'm so sorry you are having to deal with this. Yes, only you can make the disability decision. But as a person on disability, I can tell you that it was hard leaving work but absolutely the best and probably the only right decision for me. After my first bout with cancer and the transplant, I went back to work. Two weeks later, I was told that I had the beginnings of cervical cancer and needed a hysterectomy. I asked if I could wait until the next summer for the surgery and she said yes, if they did a cone procedure and took out the cells around it. So I had the surgery in the summer of 1999. I went back to work again. I had been out of work for a whole year with the first cancer. The second cancer came in April of 2000. I was out again the rest of that year and all the next since I had to live in St. Louis during treatments. That was enough I figured. I was so out of touch with my work and changes in the L.D. and English departments by then anyway. It was hard to walk out that day in April knowing that I would never come back. But I have had 5 wonderful years to do as I please. Once in a while a yellow school bus goes over my hill and think," Oh, yeah, school" There is life after work. Try to get the money coming to you first though. I like the idea of putting things in writing. Like MK said. Maybe he will read it and realize just what a ******* he is being. I'm all for you staying home and quilting and spending time with your family. Lots of love, Di