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  1. As someone who lost her job due to chronic illness in March, I know all too well how stress and jobs can interact with people with certain disorders. I was devastated to lose my career but I knew my health had to come first and I wasn’t going to be healthy there. I am on medical disability right now but I still want to feel like I can find the right path and find some way to contribute. Your article gave me some thoughtful ideas and I appreciate you taking the time to pull it together. I love how you have the section breakdowns at the top of the page as well adds a nice easy level to navigation.

    1. Stephan Zev says:

      Thanks Susanne, wish you the best!

  2. Alexander says:

    I don’t have Lupus, but I do have Bipolar Disorder and shaky hands that limits what I can do as outlined in your article — very similar limitations.

    I’m on disability, but luckily I am making extra money from my brother-in-law being a driver to the dump and other errands for him — he’s a roofer. I just started recently and I’m still learning to back the trailer up — a little stressful, but I’ll get it. Luckily, I can be out in the sun.

    I’m also a newbie affiliate marketer and still waiting to make some money at it, but it is real enjoyable for me.

    1. Stephan Zev says:

      Great to hear Alexander!

  3. Clay Westfall says:

    My older sister has suffered from Lupus for years, and has been disabled because of it. I sure wish we had a website like this one years ago. I think the service you provide with your knowledge and experience in invaluable, and will be for many people. Thank you for being there to help people like my sister better their lives. Clay.

    1. Stephan Zev says:

      Thank you Clay!

  4. As a person with SLE I identify 100 percent with the difficulties that come not only with an “invisible disability”, but also with the limitations in every area of life and work discrimination that come with the territory. I’m facing the loss of my career right now, but reading your article has given me hope that I can reinvent myself and find a new career that is better suited to keeping me healthy.
    Thank you Stephan!

  5. Karien Mack says:

    Thank you for all you comments and stories, I thought I was just by myself. I just quit my job – I could no longer do the painful and stressful physical activity any longer. I have been gone from the job for 3 weeks now and feel better. I am walking better than I have for two years and can think better too. Also, no more nausea and I am able to sleep without pain. I don’t have a clue where my income will come from now, but God provides and I trust him fully. I know that I need a job that will cater to my situation. ?

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