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Anyone have general anxiety disorder?

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What’s your rating for this alone. Trying to see the average rating.

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Is it too late to claim anxiety after getting out?

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When I was getting out I was told not to go and claim mental health because it would keep me from getting certain jobs or clearances. I learned while in school that was total bs but have been told only PTSD can be claimed after getting out. I have been diagnosed with severe anxiety by the va and even submitted some buddy letters saying I was normal before my last deployment(all navy friends) but was denied. I'm not sure what my next move should be so any advice would help here.

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Getting ready for my retirement.

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Been in the National Guard’s AGR system for over 16 years with three years left. In my early career I hadn’t gone to sick call or my Primary Health Care provide for any medical issues. Recently, I had been going to the VA for the last two years for both my ankles and knees issues, I will go for a follow up with my back problems soon.

What I’ll give me the chance to get a higher disability rate, going to my PHC provider or keep seeing the VA?

Anything will help, Thanks.

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Any veteran groups or events in DFW?

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I just moved to the Dallas Fort Worth area for school. Using my G.I. Bill at a 2 year college and was wondering if there’s any other vets in the area that can recommend any events or groups in the area. I don’t really know anyone here so any way to make friends would be nice!

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VA social worker career path

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Any VA social workers out there? I'm a year away from finishing my Master's and hoping to get my final internship at the Memphis VA and hopefully get employment with them afterward. Is there anything I can do to increase my chances of getting accepted into the internship with the VA and eventual employment?

Should I pay for a federal resume writing service to improve my chances? I have 14 years of AD experience but it's in radio/satellite maintenance so this is a complete career shift. Sorry for all the questions, I'm trying to prepare as best as possible. I posted this on Veterans 2 Federal Jobs FB page but the post got locked for some reason. Thanks so much for this community!

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Military Sexual Assault Victims Can Now Sue U.S. Government

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Please be advised that we have recently learned that the United States Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit has decided that an individual who has been sexually assaulted may bring a claim under the Federal Tort Claims Act. The Feres Doctrine was thought to not allow such lawsuits and now does not apply to sexual assault.

DM if you would like the information of the representative lint attorney for such cases. They are based out of DC.

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I am service connected for TMJ at 10%. Does this mean I am qualified for any VA dental care?

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I am currently rated at 80% with a few claims in the works. I don't know if I'll hit 100% but I am in dire need of dental work while I'm in school.

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Where do I start with the VA?

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Hello All, I separated back in July 2020 (Honorable//No claims) I remember going through taps and stuff but I’m looking back and know Im missing stuff. Just looking for a path marker on where to get signed up for the VA, where to get my cards at, and any advice for GI bill usage. Thanks

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After Loss, Liz Cheney Begins Difficult Mission of Thwarting Trump

Liz Cheney is clear about her goal, but the path is murky: A presidential run is possible, she acknowledged, and she has a new political outfit aimed at the former president and his 2020 election lies.

Can I even call myself a real veteran?

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After one year in the army I gave it my all but I fell short and I am getting a chapter 5-14. I tried as hard as I could getting 500+ on the acft and finishing as an honor graduate in ait. The entire time through ait though I was struggling with my mental and physical health. I had panic attacks often and my knee and hip hurt everyday. I never went to behavioral health because I didn’t want to get seen as weak and I never went to sick call because I didn’t want to look like a shammer. One day my panic attacks got so bad I was in my car ready to kill myself but somebody took me to the hospital to get help. Once at the hospital they made me stay in patient for further evaluation. I was diagnosed with adjustment disorder with anxiety, depressed mood, and insomnia. I was released after three days but on a safety check the next day I broke down and was sent back up to the in patient facility for 3 weeks. While I was up there the 2nd time my provider made it very clear she was not giving me a choice and recommending me for discharge. I still get suicidal thoughts and have panic attacks. I also have hip impingement and pain in my knee everyday. I want to file a claim to the va but I don’t know if I should. I barely made it a year and feel about as much of a veteran as the guy who says “I would have joined but…”. I didn’t go through any deployments and I know people in the army have seen a lot worse than I have and didn’t become pathetic like I did. I feel shame everyday. I wanted nothing more than to serve my country and now I just feel broken and weak.

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