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i know im a pain but then thats me i like answers because if my head says that ain't right it usually ain't that's 45 years of life in most areas of work and experience???this thing of people must explain how their illness affects them day to day for pip or other benefits ?is just a tad out of order in my view ? when they ask you a question on the application you explain the condition and affect you then have a f t f were you are asked childish questions and given a supposed medical an instance in mine left-hand pic up bit of paper cant cos of stroke that means you can bend over touch youer toes haha not with my gut read this chart eye sight?? umm eyesight perfect naa blind in one eye short sighted in other??? communication ?? um ya sat in front of me so i can with no prob ?? now tell me and us were on earth this has to do with memory after stoke leg and arm how would that affect me?? toes ummm well lets forget that one ?? washing bathing fell out bath getting out ? i cant explain that better ?ahh 2points needs assistance or an aid ?the burden is on us to be truthful explain how we are due to illness n we can all do this but and im back here again they do not listen my advice on day of assessment lie lie cry faint stand up collapse ring 999 and then you will get pip unles the acesser is a mind reader and thinks this man is ill best bit is dwp say its not a medical its health assessment one and the same anyway as i said im a pain but thats me but i useualy get were i want to be in life
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