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TOPIC: Bi polar and stable

Bi polar and stable 3 weeks 4 days ago #198115

Hello, I have to send my PIP form back next week. I have just about managed to get a last minute app with CAB to help e with the form. I feel overwhelmed as I am no longer under a mental health team and take no medication. I think I have remained stable through lifestyle choices and by putting years of therapy into practice. Sometimes I think it's luck and the next episode is round the corner. I had a lifetime award of DLA which has been a buffer for me. I feel stressed and alone. I went to the GP who was a locum (only app I could get) and he made me talk about details of my illness , I felt so humiliated. I think this is what lies ahead in the next few weeks and I'm dreading it

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Bi polar and stable 3 weeks 4 days ago #198118

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As difficult as it is to have to confront our own problems, doing so offers you the best chance of an award of PIP so I encourage you to keep doing this, despite the stress that I know that it is causing.

Gordon
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Bi polar and stable 3 weeks 4 days ago #198121

Gordon,

Thank you for taking the time to respond. I know what you say is right and I can take strength from that, thanks again

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