Thank you for sharing your experience on the forums! And MariaB is correct (as she always is) that you are not alone in this. Many of us have experienced something very similar.
My only counsel is that you do not make any rash decisions because of your current symptoms.
I thought I was going to have to quit my job when I was experiencing vertigo and couldn't walk without a cane. I even talked to the Human Relations director at my work to find out what my options were. Fortunately, I did not make any rash decisions about quitting (like I was going to do). In time my symptoms improved with therapy and other help. And, in time, I actually received an advancement in position (which would not have been thinkable soon after my initial diagnosis).
Best wishes on your journey!
Thank you. I have sort of been moved from the management position for a few reasons including my inability to perform the role. I am needing to take lighter duties. I also have a second job, which I am making simple mistakes at, involving things I already know. This sort of thing is really bothering me.
Being at the start of the journey makes all of this seem like looking up a really big hill. So many challenges yet to fade.
I have Attention Deficit Disorder, and a AN i recognize a lot of the issues i've always had a chaotic mind so i'm not sure if the AN is the reason but i often forget stuff like turning off the oven, leaving my keys in the frontdoor, not locking my car or leaving the lights on.
For daily stuff my ADD taught me to leave everything at the same place, organize everything in to the smallest details.
I make up rhymes helping me to remind stuff like the keys and lights of my car, i sing them to my self before leaving the car it became a habit
I use the song white stripes from seven nation army and fill in the words of the stuff i need to remind my self "lights , keys and ceeellphone - lights, keys and ceelllphoneee"
for all the other stuff like daily tasks i just check if i've done it 2 times, in case i did forget
When i have a passenger in my car they always look at me like i'm a idiot but they think its funny.