MY Story

The Social Security Administration will go through great lengths to disqualify and prolong the process of eligibility. I am not the claimant applying for disability, I am the wife. A victim of the process. I guess you have to walk through fire to get help for a loved one who is suffering mental illness. My experience is a tragic one.

I have been to lawyers, doctors trying desperately to get help for my husband who suffers from Bipolar II Disassociate identity disorder (DID). My husband has been denied now three times. It's not the denial that has caused me to start this blog. Its how far SSA will go to trash a person and his or her family. Making all of us out to be criminals. Disability Determination Services gathers information through "private investigators" and then manipulates that information to suit their purposes, DENIED!

The process is degrading. Hard working individuals, like myself, have their integrity and intentions questioned. Please read my story. My goal is to expose the dirty tactics used by Disability Determination Services, and the gangster people they hire to scare regular citizens like myself. Shame on you SSA - Disability Determination Services Offices.

I encourage all who have been mistreated, lied to, lied about, followed, bugged and videotaped to share their story. Expose this government agency for it's corruption and dirty tactics! Read My Story!

Thursday, February 4, 2016

Does Bipolar Disorder Qualify For Disability

What if your bipolar becomes so severe that you can no longer work? Here's what you need to know about getting disability benefits.




When you hear the word disability, chances are you think it applies to a physical injury rather than a mental illness. But does bipolar disorder qualify as a disability? Can you get the financial help you need if you are unable to work because of your bipolar symptoms? According to Stuart Gitlow, MD, associate clinical professor of psychiatry at Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York City, the answer to both questions is yes. Read More

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