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Fed up of being set up to fail
I'm so fed up right now and feel like just giving up trying to get benefits,waiting on my med files to send for my mandatory reconsideration after getting my award letter which was so wrong I have oasteoartheritis neck and lower spine,anxiety,depression been treated 21 years but after an incident at work causing a panic attack have not gone back for 8 months now,my employers have been nice at meetings but have stitched me up all the way through to the point I resigned on I'll health,seen the wrong gp for a year who downplayed my symptoms and refused every thing I asked for,now gone to another gp in same practice,and after suffering since a child with widespread pain have also been diagnosed with fibromyalgia as well currently weaning off sertraline to start duloxetine,my arthritis,pain,stiffness,mental health is now so bad and my joints are tight and stiff causing probs walking,twisting,bending and have so many more areas I'm in pain with which I'm sure has all rapidly got worse through the stress of all this,I'm so fed up of trying to prove myself,forms,sarcastic comments I hardly go out now only go few big quite shops with big carpark,or a quick shop for milk bread everything else is done online,got to try ring dwp again Monday cause of updates and changes but can never get through for about 15 mins to 30mins,how much proof do these people need it's a joke and sick of it to be honest,it is really like being on trial and trying to catch you out,I got lower rate daily living only with 8 points but should have been 12 points I think but all mental health issues been completely ignored or no points,I desperately need the blue badge as have to open car door wide to get out in as cant twist it's a nightmare,anyway thanks for reply about a month ago I did see them,but so tired i cant be bothered to reply,tired nowx
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