I have been on SSDI for six years now and the other day I received in the mail a SSDI Update Report. They are reviewing my records and asked questions about my mental health since February 2007 to the present. I feel like they are trying to take away my SSDI. I clearly can't work but I'm worried anyway. I'm 54 years old, haven't worked in six years, and have no skills ( I was a letter carrier for the USPS for 18 years). Who's going to hire me if they decide to take away my only income. The other thing is is that I receive $1690 a month which is far more than I could make working in the city I live in. Has anyone been through this process and if you have how did it all play out.
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