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  1. Kuribo [old account]

    DWP Sanctions Have Killed Thousands of People

    After years of delaying and trying to keep all of this under wraps, the Department for Work and Pensions has finally been forced to release the number of confirmed deaths arising from its brutal welfare sanctions. At least 2380 people with disabilities have died between 2011 and 2014 due to having been wrongfully declared "fit for work". http://www.theguardian.com/society/2015/aug/27/thousands-died-after-fit-for-work-assessment-dwp-figures See the video below for the testimony of the sister of Mark Wood, a 44 year old Aspie who starved to death after being declared "fit for work".
  2. blacktiger911

    my life

    saterday my dog died she was 11 and helped my through some really hard times when i was younger and yesterday my grandma had a stroke and is now in the hospital and cant move the right side of her body.
  3. mysticaluniverse

    What do you think happens after death

    What do you think happens when you die? Do you believe in reincarnation? ..
  4. I just found out that the guy around my age (one year older) living in the town next to mine died, he was diagnosed with Aspergers and wrote a book (autobiography) that I bought and read when I was diagnosed with Aspergers. I have not clue what to say, but I'm ina weird mood now.
  5. thegingerone

    Why am I not sad?

    Bit of a depressing subject so I will warn you that I am taking about death of a close relative here. So, my grandma was diagnosed with liver cancer a couple of months (although she probably had it for longer because the doctors wouldn't scan her). When I found out about this, people kept going on about how sad it was, but I refused to accept that because she is a really spiritual person and she wanted to go. Also, she's had an amazing life and nobody lives forever. I know it sounds really cold and emotionless, but the way she was talking about how she had been blessed by angels and that she had let go of responsibility while he waited to go to another life, she wasn't sad about dying, so why should I be? In the past few weeks she has declined very rapidly to the point where you could see her get worse each day and last week the decision was made for her to go to a local hospice because my uncle (who lived with her) wouldn't have been able to give her the care she needed and keep up with his job. Of course it was sad to see her in the hospice because when I went to visit her, she wasn't really able to do anything much, but the idea of her dying still wasn't sad for me because if she sticks around for ever she would just suffer. But today I found out that her liver has failed and she is most likely going to die tomorrow or the next day. I feel like I should be at least a little sad about this, but I'm not and this is what is stressing me out. I know over the next days people are going to keep saying that it's okay to be sad or to cry, but I'm not sad about it and this seems wrong to me. Anyone else experienced this?
  6. InsomniaDreams

    Help :(

    I’m not going to go into this much but things have gone bad for me recently. Culmination of things, you know. I’ve had some counselling but it’s not worked. I’ve been offered Zoloft but I’m very scared about taking these meds. I’ve had some dark thoughts that have gotten worse recently. I’m sick of being scared, anxious and down all the time. I’ve thought about killing myself quite a lot. Thing is, I don’t want to die really, I don’t think so, if I did do something it would be a cry for help. No one in my family is taking my condition seriously. I do want to do something so the people around me notice and take me seriously. I’ve tried talking to them but it’s difficult and nothing changes afterwards anyway. I don’t know what I should do to make a ‘mark’ on the people around me, know what I mean?
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