The best-laid plans of mice and men go oft awry Main page: United Kingdom Asylum UK Border Agency caused panic disorder so severe that I was willing to do anything to end my incarceration
The UK Border Agency caused me to have panic disorder that was so severe that I did not care about my asylum application or anything other than getting out of detention and stopping the panic attacks.
⇒ Read ⇒ Unfinished letter to UK Border Agency about my untreated medical conditions
I was so disabled by the panic attacks caused by my illegal jailing that I could not even finish writing a letter.
⇒ Read ⇒ Complaint to the Independent Monitoring Boards about the UK Border Agency and Geo Group refusing to treat my medical conditions
The government illegally refused to treat my medical conditions and I tried to get help through the IMB–it failed.
⇒ Read ⇒ United Kingdom Home Office, Border Agency, Asylum Procedures under Fast Track and Non-Suspensive Appeals
The document the UK government gave me when they told me that they would not use the Certify Refused option of Fast Track.
⇒ Read ⇒ I am worn out
The human animal is remarkably resilient.
⇒ Read ⇒ Rise of the panic disorder
My panic disorder seems to be severe enough that it eclipses even my serotonin withdrawal syndrome.
⇒ Read ⇒ If my arm were broken, you would help me carry things
My medical conditions–depression, generalized anxiety disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder, and panic disorder–prevent me from accomplishing some tasks that I would easily be able to accomplish if I were healthy. Among the many things that I have not been able to accomplish, if I had help accomplishing one of them, I would immediately start earning more money. My life will not improve with help from other people.
⇒ Read ⇒ A small dose of alprazolam and I am much better
Because of the war on drugs and because we under serve the health care needs of poor people, I have been unable to get the medicine I need. After I was able to get one more medicine I need, the positive effects on my life were immediate and dramatic.
⇒ Read ⇒ Progress and obstacles
Things are better than a few weeks ago and a few months ago. The major reason things are better is that I have more help.
⇒ Read ⇒ Three months of misadventures, but some hope for the future
I tried some things people have suggested, I endured the most painful experience in my life to date, but maybe things will get better now.
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