I'm currently on sick leave at the moment. Rather than repeat myself, the full details are here: http://forums.overclockers.co.uk/showthread.php?t=17536832 To cut a long story short though, I get panic attacks when anxious or uncomfortable which usually revolve around eating of digestive symptoms (burping, indigestion). I've been on medication from the doctors for almost two months and have made som eimprovement, but I'm still finding things quite difficult. I managed to go back to work for about 4 weeks before having a blip and needing time off again to get myself back to normal.....that's where I am now. I'm not back to normal yet, and it's taking longer than i'd like so i'm going to the Doctors on Monday to see if he can bump up my medication. BUT! This morning, I recevied a phone call from my boss asking me how I was. I was open and honest and told him the truth that I'm still not back to full strength but I'm coping. He then invited me out for dinner with himself and his wife (who also works with us). Obviously I declined as eating out socially is the whole part of my problem (which he knew and understood). He then said that he needs to talk to me and could we go for a drink. I agreed and arranged a time and location to have a drink. Having had that conversation I had a panic attack. I'm worried about the conversation now!! I've been sacked out of the blue before (part of the joys of agency work aparently ) and this whole schenario just worries me. My other half thinks that it'll be nothing more than a supportive conversation offering ideas and suggestions that will make work easier, things like working from home or doing half hours, and that anything official like a verbal warning or being let go should be done on work premises. I'm still not convinced.... I'm picking at my lunch now, not wanted to be uncomfortable for the drink on afew hours. It's heartbreaking to be in this position as it's the first time I've had a job I enjoy!