Along with any medication you might fancy an iodine supplement as well. You could try online school, if they have something like that where you are. Hopefully your instructors will be accepting of your situation and try to work with you.
angelxxuanFeatured By OwnerJan 22, 2013Student General Artist
if you are trying for disability and is denied you can get a lawyer and try again. I have an illness which I can't work a public job because I never know how I am going to react or have a mood swing or something. and I do have them and I can be mean, nice, etc., and I never know which one is going to come around. and my bad mood swings do bring about many amounts of trouble with managers. so I went for a job where I could work it, you could also try that, find a job which you can do and it works with you.
What a mighty post, sounds like your in a rough spot all right. I can't tell you anything to cure what ails you but let's see. For one, would it make you feel better if I told you that your not alone. It's hard attempting to give you a finite answer, so I'll say this:
How about a GED, know that's not what you wanted, but it's better then nothing. You can still be a hard worker and shouldn't let something like an illness hold you back. Also, for money, do what you can, find old stuff and fix it up then sell it. Just do as much as you can find, look outside the box and your comfort zone. Most importantly, stay happy. People with illnesses can work with them easier if they are happy. You don't see a way right now, but things will work out, this type of thing has a habit of working out
Is this what you tried to apply for? [link] If so, and you were denied then you should still be able to get regular welfare if you're over 21. If you're not then maybe you could see your doctor and ask if he'd be willing to write a testimony for you to appeal their denial.
Sounds like the best next step. Getting a decent doc and to get him/her to confirm your condition and how it impacts your life should help. Sucks that your current one is useless. My first doc was like that too unfortunately. "Consultation fee received, now to find the fastest way to get you to GTFO" basically.
Honestly, I'm in the same exact situation where you are in right now. Thanks to some f*cking b*tch who made my life much worsen, I wasn't be able to finish High School and don't possess a diploma too, which makes me difficult to find a job to fill my daily needs. I've never felt so humiliated. People think I don't have any initiative and stuff and other bla bla bla shit. But, the right thing to do right now for someone like you and I is probably to make a fake diploma. Well, I know it's illegal but, most people in my country do something similar to get a job or to get into college. THAT, if you manage to get one. I can't guarantee the safety for having a fake diploma. But my best friend said that she might give it a try to get into college since she was damn too interested in Photography. Or at least you can find a job for the mean time to collect money for daily needs and scoop up some money to go to college and find some REAL job. Hope I helped....
Yeah it's quite difficult.. a fake diploma is no option unfortunatly, nobody would fall for it since they always check the schools. I've had a few jobs now, as a cleaning lady, as a babysitter, as a callcenter lady.. But I can't keep any of those jobs because in time they are too demanding, I just get so tired sometimes. I might try cleaning lady again because that is a job you can do 1 day a week but also 5 or 6 days a week. That'd be an option to gather money to take a national exam? Doesn't pay very well though..
Those are some good jobs to work on. But it won't fill up your daily needs though. Since it's tiring, and not worth the salary you'll earn. I tried something similar but declined the offer immediately. Such difficult life when not having a legal diploma....
Okay -so then you don’t actually have to move out. Unfortunately, financial independence is a privilege for people who can support themselves. If you need your mom to support you, then you will have to find a way to tolerate her. If she’s physically abusing you, call the police. If you just have trouble getting along, consider family counseling.
I was diagnosed with Fibromyalgia after the birth of my second child in 2003. I tried to get disability benefits. But I was turned down. I eventually had no choice but to return to work. I am now a single mom, working full time. That’s life.
She is not physically abusing me but she yells and curses constantly, I just can't take it any more.. sometimes we get into really big fights, and she lies to psychologists and family counseling, making me look bad, they always fall for it. I just don't want to live in this house anymore.
My condition consists of fatigue, being nausious, weightgain (causing me to now be morbidly obese) and migraines.. I couldn't possibly work full time, it's not an option. I still don't know how to find a way with this illness.
Here in the USA there is a test you can take that is the equivelant of a diploma, can you do something like that where you are?
And again, if you are here, there is an appeal that can be processes if you are disabled and need assistance. And pretty much everyone here is denied the first time and has to appeal the decision.
Might want to see if there are any organizations that assist the disabled, they can often offer help, and there are some here in the US that will help you navigate the government maze. I would also see if there are support groups for your illness, they could probably help as well, even if they are online.