I want to retire. I appear to be the only person who actually wants to do it and is not fighting to keep a job. I work part time as a secretary, and, although the "work" is not taxing in the slightest, it has got to the stage where it's too much. I was widowed a couple of years ago and I'm finding it a real struggle doing everything by myself, so something has to give. I realise that financially, things will be tight - I've been in this job for 5 years, and I have contributed to my pension all that time, but I am under no illusions, I know it will be tiny (I'm also a bit young to be doing this, I'm 37). An OH Dr has done a phone interview, and she is coming to see me at work on Tuesday for a box-ticking exercise - she has to establish if there are any reasonable adjustments that can be made. She suggested that I take some sick leave to see if I improve any (I'm in week 8 of a relapse), so I took a week - shocked and stunned (not) that I still feel the same. I've done everything she suggested, and I already know that Tuesday is not going to be a good MS day. How much longer can they spin this out for?