"I didn't feel like I had a choice of disclosing because I was hit so hard, it was so obvious. I mean we're talking days. You could count calendar days between the time I was running around, no problems whatsoever and suddenly I couldn't walk. I mean there was no hiding this."
"I was working at a rehabilitation hospital when I was diagnosed; and I thought to myself, Well, I can share this with my boss because they will understand."
" (…) and when there's a new staff that's hired, I want (…) to tell them myself because everybody knows. And I get really pissed when they've heard already from someone because that is not their business. "
" For future employer, it does go through my mind should I tell them up front or shouldn't; because if a problem arises, you just want to come out of left field with it and they're blindsided by it. So that's always an issue if I would tell them up front or not. That I'm not sure about…"