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Re: appointment with a psychiatrist
« Reply #15 on: July 13, 2018, 12:01:14 am »
Be honest and show your true state of mind and not overdo anything. Tell him/her what's different now than from the time when you were working. In the end, there's still the fact that I've been seeing a psychiatrist for a while with plenty of documentation and later got an attorney and sat in front of a judge with my mother also there. I was once told that by the time they send you to their ss doc that they actually already decided if you are disabled or not. Don't know any truth to that. The judge did state to me, and my mother, and attorney that he's approving me. I'll be glad when I get that letter in the mail. I'd been trying for 5 years now.


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Re: appointment with a psychiatrist
« Reply #16 on: May 23, 2019, 04:59:42 am »
I'm sorry to hear about what happened with your son. Both of my kids were taken by their mom when while she was pregnant. She sells my youngest to her mom for a car and college tuition and it messed up the car and dropped out of school.  My son is now 13 and I seen him for a total of about a month out of the last nine years and that is because her mom has him because she ran off in the middle of the night on Christmas Eve and didn't even say goodbye to him before she left. She's tried to call him exactly one time since she left