How Getting Sick Forced Me to De-Stress at Work

Your health is more important than your work

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Ask anyone who works with me and they will tell you that I’m the least stressed person they know. There are more difficult, higher pressure jobs, but my job is busy — the kind of busy where the work never stops coming and lunch breaks are sometimes hypothetical.

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The challenges and triumphs of parenting while disabled. Email: davefox990@hotmail.com

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The challenges and triumphs of parenting while disabled. Email: davefox990@hotmail.com

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