I requested a meeting with my supervisor's boss because I really need to telecommute two days out of the week. I am averaging less than two hours sleep a night. The fatigue is killing me. My supervisor told me she wasn't going to discuss the situation anymore and that I needed to go to the CFO (the local head of our company and the human resources person) if I wasn't happy with her decision. She told me all that even after I told her several times that she was violating ADA. I sent an e-mail to the CFO at 8:30 this morning. I didn't hear from her, so I dropped by her office. She told me that she would meet with me tomorrow (Friday). This doesn't look like good sign. A few minutes ago, I heard her ask another employee if they had received an e-mail from her. It wasn't as if her computer was broken. I'm under the impression that the CFO wasn't even going to respond to my e-mail had I not dropped by her office. I'm already nervous about the meeting because if this doesn't go well, my next step is to e-mail the head of the company or file an EEO complaint. I can't leave the job because I need the money and the benefits. I don't know what my supervisor has or hasn't told the CFO, because the CFO never asked me about my side the story. I kind of hope my supervisor never mentioned that I told her about ADA guidelines and that I provided her with printouts about FMS, hidden disablities, ADA guidelines, and information from JAN about fibromyalgia. It's not like the CFO is excused from not knowing the law, but it does show that my supervisor had something to hide. My mother, who worked for EEO for nearly 20 years, told me not to go outside of my illness. I don't think, however, that I cannot tactfully mention that I have repeatedly told my supervisor that what they were doing violated federal and state laws. I guess I want to convey to her that I'm not some brat who's stomping her feet and throwing a tantrum becasue she didn't get her way. This is my health. My supervisor told me that she didn't think I needed two days to telecommute and that since I was coming to work every day and doing the work, I couldn't be all that sick. She even told me several times that if I didn't like how the situation was being handled, I should think about looking for another job. Should I include (in a roundabout way) what my supervisor told me when I speak to the CFO? I want her to understand the severity of what this supervisor is doing. This woman could get the company sued, and ruin my health in the process (although I know she would be more concerned about being sued). Suggestions?!?!?!?!?