Well what a stressful day. I went in there thinking I would be able to control my emotions but as soon as I sat down I felt caged in and went into a panic attack. I was shaking like a leaf. As soon as I had to state my name I started crying, hypervenilating. I felt so dam trapped unable to escape. I wanted to run out of there. I felt like such a fool. I turned to my lawyer and appologized. She reasured me it was ok. I sat there for the hr it took to go through everything. I don't know who this lady was some vocational person. The judge and her talked back and forth about shit I really didn't understand. And her answer was no there was no job. I guess that is a good thing from what my lawyer said after the entire hearing. She said that she does not see how they will deny me but if it happend she would appeal it because I had a strong case. So I am pretty happy of the outcome. Just a bit embarced about my actions. I felt like a freak show on display at the circus or something. I still am shakey but feel better now I am home... Thank you for the continuing support and prayers you all have given me. The lawyer did not know how long it would take for the decision to come back.
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