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Don't Get Spooked: 5 Things You Can Do to Support a Sick Co-Worker

Sick Co-WorkerThe serious illness of a co-worker can shake the foundation of a workplace, affecting the dynamics, productivity and atmosphere. People often find they are unprepared to deal with their own feelings about a co-worker's illness. They may be afraid to say or do the wrong thing. And most want to help, but aren't sure how they can. The most important thing you can do for yourself and for your co-worker is to communicate.




 
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OlgaMy name is Olga L. Wuerz, a United States Army Veteran. In December 2008, my life completely changed when I became a Peer Support Specialist at the Dallas VA Hospital.

During my second enlistment in 1980 I was diagnosed with Bipolar Disorder with psychosis. I became a Disabled Veteran and because I was an alcoholic they said I had a Dual Diagnosis. I began a ten year in and out stay in this same hospital on the acute in-patient ward.


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