Disability benefit changes ‘blatantly discriminate’

Re: Disability benefit changes ‘blatantly discriminate’

Postby McAz » Tue Feb 06, 2018 10:11 pm

Major wrote:
McAz wrote:
Major wrote:Does anyone on here know as a FACT how/if Psychological problems can be overcome and treated???
In which form is treatment????

In is widely accepted that EMDR and CBT have good success rates starbold.


My forum name is Major, not starbold., McAz

Says starbold on your avatar starbold - takes it down, avoid confusion. :thumbsup:

And stop trolling.
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Re: Disability benefit changes ‘blatantly discriminate’

Postby Major » Tue Feb 06, 2018 10:14 pm

McAz wrote:
Lionel Jesse wrote:You realise who those "Jews" are, dont you? Ultra Orthodox. Aka extremists.

These images are regularly shown in the mainstream media, Guardian, BBC, Independent and other anti-zionist press


Are Torah Jews not allowed a voice?


I notice McAz has well and truly taken this thread off topic AGAIN to suit his own personal agenda,

Shame really as I was learning/ enjoying most of it, some educational posts
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Re: Disability benefit changes ‘blatantly discriminate’

Postby McAz » Tue Feb 06, 2018 10:16 pm

Stop trolling starbold. :thumbsup:
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Re: Disability benefit changes ‘blatantly discriminate’

Postby Guest » Tue Feb 06, 2018 11:14 pm

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Every effort should be made if the individual feels up to it, they shouldn't be forced though and they are almost certainly going to be in the esa support group where there is no requirement to attend sessions etc anyway.



In order to claim PIP, they must have been affected for three months - three months where they could have asked for help and treatment. PIP is supposed to help with extra expenses for those who have disabilities, it's not supposed to be for normal living expenses. What extra expenses would such a person have? They might also be getting ESA, so they're not going to be destitute.

With any chronic illess or condition, if it can be treated and/or controlled, is it not reasonable to expect someone to try to lessen the problem so that they don't need these benefits?


You really haven't a clue.

It's you and other people like you who help to perpetuate the ignorance of mental health problems and the stigma.

You should be ashamed that you're so ill-informed and dumb.
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