I'm new to the forum so apologies if I'm not in the right place to ask this question but I'd really appreciate some advice so thought I'd give it a go.
When I first knew I had Parkinson's I decided not to tell my manager or work colleagues about my diagnosis as I just didn't want to deal with their reactions, and I still don't feel that I want to talk about it at work. I also know that I'll worry that people will look for symptoms -,which is going to make my tremor so much worse. The problem I have is that I have to show my driving licence to my manager's PA in the autumn and my 3 year licence is going to be noticed. I know it's pretty dozy to get so stressed about it, but I'm not sure how to manage this or what I can reasonably say. In some ways, I know it would be easier to tell my line manager but there is no privacy in the office regardless of whatever rights I have. I live on my own, which usually suits me, but the down side is that I can increasingly make mountains out of molehills, especially at night, so any advice or suggestions would be hugely appreciated.