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I'd like advice if possible. I haven't got much in the way of "Medical proof". Does it matter?

Liam9529
Liam9529 Community member Posts: 22 Listener
edited January 30 in PIP, DLA, and AA
Hi, today I reapplied for PIP after being taken off of it in 2019, I failed the assessment by being TOO comfortable, and my mum was dying, so we didn't persue it. Since she passed, I suffer from really bad anxiety and depression. I've not sought out medication because I don't trust it. I can barely keep my house clean, and every sound scares me. I'm a jumpy mess. I'm scared that they'll reject me because I haven't got much in the way of "Medical proof". Does it matter?

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