SO I just got a call from a case worker at my insurance company. Apparently they assigned me a social worker to have on-call and to do monthly check ups on me. I really don't know how to take this. Part of me is offended...I don't see my self as a disordered person. Yes, I realize I have clinical depression but I'm still a normal functioning person. I was just wondering if this is common for insurance companies to do and/or what I should think of it.
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