suffer from both chronic and mental illnesses.

For those of us with chronic or mental health struggles, remote working can somtimes be the only way to facilitate successfully furthering our careers.

People want to be able to work remotely for their overall well-being — if only employers would allow it.

Working remotely allows people to navigate their health difficulties effectively, rather than sabotaging an entire workday at the office.

But for people like me, dealing with these obstacles is not a choice.

Remote working allows those suffering to be more productive and proactive in their work.

And keep in mind that, statistically speaking, 60% of those 800,000 employees would suffer from a chronic or mental illness.

Final word.

There’s nothing that slows healing down more than berating yourself for trying to heal it all, all while trying to climb the ladder in your career.