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Got pip assessment report and I'm so hurt. What can I do? Should I appeal?
Hi all, i requested a copy of my pop assessment, and im so hurt as to what they lady has typed out, conveniently, she's missed all the main parts, she hasn't typed how i was crying for the first 5 minutes of the assessment, only a split second, she's told a few white lies, i can't believe people, can lie like this, im fully aware, it mite not of been what i wanted she's scored me 0 on every question! I find this hard because, of my answers, its like my answers didn't even matter. Now im not sure if i ever want to take it to the next steps. I know the DM may go the other way, but that's like one in a million I'm guessing. I feel mental health issues looked upon as what a joke. They've talked about my daughters alot like they are my careers, far from it, i struggle with eating and touching foods. Yes i was making myself sick and spend a lot of time in my bedroom. I don't not have any Facebook, Instagram all that, apparently i communicate with all my family via that. I only talk to my sister and i have problems sleeping and with people i don't know. Said i don't have panic attacks but yeah for a person to do a job. And put a load of lies sucks. any positive messages I'd really appreciate. also I'd be cool with a zero score. If she had typed the truth out and apparently i self harm now. Nope wrong i said i think about it as i did it 10 years ago but my girls mean more to me for me to do that again. What can i do now. Would they just say no again. Im so lost. And hurt
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