hi welcome to the site i was diagnosed ayear and a half ago i spent 5 months in wheelchair last year needing help to walk i have lupus, angina,highbloodpressure arthritis andthyroid problems, depression, i have more bad days than good i am on walking stick in process of buying walking frame and will eventually need one of those motorised mobility scooters or wheel chair i am on mexotrexate plaquenil, prednislone, lipitor thyroxine, somac, cartia aspirin, and cardizem, and valium, and endone for pain as well as zostriz cream for burning and electric shocks in arms and legs i also take maxolon for nausea animmodium for dioreah i also have colieacs disease and double and blurred vision so i need prisms on my glasses to see i spend most of my time confined to house . you will find you get a lot of support from the people here they have made a difference in my life and i am greatful to have people to talk to welcome again and merry christmas hugs kim l from australia
Social Security and Depression
Please hire an Attorney to help you to win your Social Security case! They will charge you a percentage of what they recover, but it is money you never received, so you won't even miss it! You will be able to get it back to the day you became disabled, and well as all children under 18 at the time would have also been entitled to a check that would have gone to you. It is VERY rare for an individual to win their own case, and may even take the "Lawyer" a couple times themselves, but like I said, they only charge if they win, and then just a percentage of what they re-coop for you and your Family. I will hope and pray that you use this option, so that you can get rid of a great deal of your stress and depression. I feel terrible that I haven't been on for so long to respond to your letter, please forgive me as I have been very sick and extremely stressed out myself!
Also, please go see your Doctor and let him/her know how much pain you are having and how very depressed and stressed you are. Hopefully this way they can properly medicate you so that you don't feel as hopeless as it sounds as if you do. This is a terrible feeling we get when we feel there is nothing else to do to help ourselves, but we must remember that there is "always" something more! Please E-Mail me anytime, and I will be glad to talk to you, AND "don't forget" there is so much more help out there for you!
Take Care and feel Better. God Bless you,
"Courage doesn't always roar, sometimes courage is the little voice at the end of the day that says...I'll try again tomorrow. -Mary Anne Radmacher-Henshey