And yet another post I can so relate to - so much so, it took me about a minute to come up with the word relate. I take 100mg Sprycel and have for going on 5 years, brain fog started pretty much right away and stays with me still. Stress makes it worse and the fact that since 2012 (the year after my dx) every year I have had a new manager with new expectations, I can't seem to fight my way out. I am about 10-12 years away from retirement, but I worry I may not make it. The latest boss from this year said - and I quote - 'you frighten me when you say you understand what I am asking you and then deliver something that is clearly not what I asked'. I work with Financials which was never part of my job description, but you do what you have to do - thought I was doing pretty good at it, until that comment (she used to do Financials for her business in a prior role, so I think she just wants it a certain way - I'm just not getting it). Thus, more stress, more brain fog, more fumbles - can't find the right words... I can just see her frustration with me written all over her face. She is really tight with our HR rep - so I'm not comfortable voicing concerns with her. Of course, my Hematologist, well, let's just say I am going to start calling him Pollyanna.
Bright side - it is kind of funny when you use the cordless phone to change channels (once your realize it of course).