Discussion Starter · #101 ·
I am 48 and I have a a hip deformity (arthritis and cartilage spurs). I am also bipolar, which is under control but flares up a little when I get really stressed out. I grew up watching my dad take pride in pushing his limits while working and getting difficult tasks accomplished. Sometimes I have that same pride when I accomplish tasks that are seemingly beyond what I am capable of. Inheriting his attitude, I am having a hard time drawing the line. It's one of those things where life progresses and you have to re-figure yourself out. Thanks for the input!So first
How old are you?
Do you have illness or otherwise limiting conditions to your physical performance?
the reason I’m asking is maybe there’s reasons to say no to certain types of work.
I developed claustrophobia in the military
It’s manageable but I’ll start swearing, shouting and get a super short temper.
So I can do enclosed space IF I need to, but there’s plenty of reasons why I shouldn’t.
Get my drift?
pick and choose the most lucrative jobs, the ones with the least impact on YOU and your burnout will solve itself
Leary to say no, but define why.