Well yesterday was my last day on my job. Maybe some of you remember my posts way back about my struggles with my boss. I'm happy to be done, but it was really weird. I had so many people wanting to take me out to lunch, people in other departments wanting me to keep in touch. The co-workers I sit around were really great-saying how much fun it was to have a jovial spirit around, and they would miss my laugh and smile. It was nice, but because of what I went through with my boss, I feel a little bitter and battered. As nice as all of these folks have been-from contributing to raising money for charity to supporting my business, I'm just so angry how I was treated and how I was blocked from moving into another position. My "new diagnosis" -the on the one that affected this job was a sleeping disorder. So during this time, I'm trying to adjust to taking all these pills on schedule, and trying to figure out what my next steps will be. I'm going back to school full-time, expanding my business, and will hopefully have a part-time job to help with daily expenses, but is it weird that I just want to forget the last 10 months and block it out completely? The people who enforce ADA, said I should file charges, but I'm so emotionally drained and angry. Should I file charges, or should I just forget everything, cut contacts and move forward? That's my usual way of handling things, when bad things happen-just block it out-but I know other people with the same diagnosis who are killing themselves to be at work, and others who have said its nearly impossible to get accommodations. Even though it wouldn't help me, it could my friends in the long run. What do you guys think? I know I/m rambling but I just needed to decompress from the last month.