Not a good Friday, I just received my Mental Health evaluation for S.S.I disability. I'm not feeling to good today, actually it's my stress. I knew I was a stress case, but my MH doctor wrote a lot of things that she never told me about in my disability qualification letter. I wonder if she is hiding anything else from me? She knows that I've educated myself off and on in psychology for the last fifteen years. I think because of that she is not talking to me very much, except for how I'm feeling and if I'm taking my meds. I'm really worried to death and it hurts my stomach when that happens. I know exactly what this stuff means in the letter, but maybe I'm reading to much into it? This is the letter that so wrote. To Whom It My Concern: This regarding Mr. ****** (DOB 10/21/67) who is a patient of mine at ****** for Mental Health. He has a diagnosis of Panic Disorder, Manic Depressive Disorder NOS and Attention Deficit Disorder by history. He has a long history anxiety, panic attacks, depressed mood, problems with attention concentration and short term memory. He has problems with poor impulse control, anger and difficulty maintaining interpersonal relationships. His situation is worsened by his chronic homelessness, poor financial situation and lack of occupational identity. All these issues make it difficult for **** to work in a competitive labor market. They have plagued his his entire adult life and make it difficult for him to find and sustain employment, compelling him to apply for disability. Man that's a lot of stuff. What do you guys think about a letter like this?