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You Don’t Need to Disclose Your Illness to Be Supported at Work

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For the past year and a half since I started graduate school, I’ve debated disclosing my chronic illnesses to my advisor. When I interviewed, I explained that I’d had a chronic illness in the past (since we discussed my leave of absence from college), but I didn’t say anything about my current conditions.

I planned to do it when I started the program, but then I started virtually so I told myself I’d do it when I met him in person.

And once we met in person, I wanted to wait until the field season had started because I wanted him to see me as a person before he learned about my illnesses.

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