HomeDWPConference hears of ‘democide’, ‘psycho-compulsion’ and suicide risk from benefit system
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  • InMyDressingGown October 15, 2016 at 2:08 pm

    My psychiatrist called my suicidal feelings about my impending PIP assessment “catastrophising”. I was horrified by this and it made me feel even more alone. I did challenge his attitude but it made no difference and it was then that I lost faith in him completely. It put me in a horrible situation in the sense that I don’t think making a complaint will help as this might be called “catastrophising” as well. So I ‘ve given up and will pretend I am strong enough to end these appointments with him. I feel angry and terribly let-down ( catastrophising again, no doubt).

  • trevorandrewmillar@yahoo.co.uk October 17, 2016 at 9:38 pm

    There is no point appealing to the tories “better nature”; they don’t have one! Their welfare policies are designed to exterminate those people who will never vote for them! Hitler built gas chambers, the tories have worked out how to make people kill themselves and leave no evidence of government malice behind! The only solution is to storm Westminster and drag the tories out and kill them all! And if the tories are monitoring this and send the SAS to kill me like they did in Northern Ireland, good! I don’t GIVE a fuck what they do to me any more!

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