I was wondering if anyone ever tried to file for disability because of their depression and anxiey. My family thinks that I should because of how much I'm down. Plus I dont do alot of the things that I used to. I've other problems also like one shorter leg, ankles that turn in so much that I need ankle supports, I was diagonsed LD in school, back problems from a mva in 2001, my knee caps go in all four directions, and I also have carpal tunnel. I've to wear knee braces all day and also a wrist brace for my carpal tunnel all day and night. I'm debating if I should or not. I dont like the term disabled. It makes it sound like that person cant do anything anymore and thats not me. I just have my limitations. I will admit most days its hard to just get out of bed, let alone do housework or take care of the kids. Than I've those days when its not such a problem once I get up out of bed and get moving. Once I get moving then its hard to stop and just relax. I dont know what to do. Any suggestions from anyone would help me out.
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