I would also get upset when I watched people who worked all their lives, or as long as they could, not be able to get disability, when they honestly were disabled. They had to fight for years, and years, and years. Many were in their 60's-70's. And I watched my 19 year old former classmate get it on her first attempt. She never worked a day in her life, and her "disability" was laziness. She was a pill junkie, and she laid on her butt popping pills all day. *12 Darvocet, and a hand full of Valium a day was her normal, and when she ran out, she would ask others to get an Rx for ner* It blew my mind. Top priority should be those who truly can't do.
Originally Posted by Fifi.G
Yes, this, too. I have a chronic illness that leaves many disabled and unable to work and they have to fight to get help, then I see others like you described above.

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