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Pip assessor lied and i feel discriminated
Hi my name is syma i applied for pip and after the assessment the advisor for pip declined me an award and lied on everything what i told her. I am so frustrated and stressed as i suffer from severe depression and anxiety and asthma diabetes migraines and arthritis. Now i have become incontinence too after stress due to the decision. I don't have any control over my bowels or urine anymore. I am a muslim and have recently moved as i have a child who is transgender and who is going through hormone medication and being a muslim its very hard when you are a single mother and have no support. I have a very nasty past which has affected me very badly. Getting forced into marriage at 17 having 2 kids at the age of 23 and leaving home and bringing up my kids as a single parent. Not spoken to family for 23 years and they live round corner. I was called a liar as it shows on the report of the assessor and told i was not disabled. So many filthy lies. I have a daughter who has moved out for university and a 5 year old who has behaviour problems and a 24 year old son who is transitioning into a female who looks after me cooks for me and looks after the little one. The pip assessor lied and changed all the answers to what i told her. What can i do please help me?
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