Hope, this is such a horrible illness. We look fine but people have not walked in our shoes. I don't work now and don't think I could, either. But, you have been given good advice and support from the ladies above and you will get out of this "funk". Just look at the positive things in your life and the many blessings you DO have. Push the negative thoughts to the back of your mind. Keep a sense of humor, too. That's helps a lot with fibro.
You are only one person. If the job is necessary for your living, then that's where you need to spend your energy. Let the rest of your family pick of the remaining things that need to be done when you don't have the energy. You are not superhuman!
Don't beat up on yourself and don't feel guilty, either. You didn't ask for fibro! Do what you can, count your many blessings and have a wonderful new year!
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God does not give us a spirit of fear, but of power and of love and of a sound mind. 2 Timothy 1:7