Can I Get Social Security Disability for Depersonalization Disorder
Can I get Social Security Disability for depersonalization disorder? If you are asking this question, it is probably because you have this disorder, and it and/or complications
resulting from this disorder or other conditions along with it have caused you to be disabled, unable to work and in need of financial assistance.
The word depersonalization means the action of divesting someone or something of individuality or human characteristics. Depersonalization means rendering impersonal or depriving someone or something of individual or personal qualities.
From a psychological perspective, depersonalization is a mental state in which you feel detached or disconnected from your own personal self or identity. It is a feeling that the things around you are not real. Depersonalization may also include sensing that you are outside of yourself or are watching your own body, actions or thoughts.
Depersonalization disorder occurs when you repeatedly or persistently have the feeling that you are looking at yourself from outside of your body or that the things around you are not real, or both. While many people may experience depersonalization at some time, when these feelings of depersonalization continue to occur or never completely stop; it is depersonalization disorder.
In a dream
Sometimes, depersonalization disorder is described like being in a dream or looking at yourself from outside of your body. However, the disorder does not cause a loss of contact with reality, but you are aware that things are not what they appear to be.
Depersonalization disorder is occasionally pictured like being in a dream or watching yourself from outside of your body. However, the disorder does not cause you to lose contact with reality, but you realize that things are not what they appear to be.
A depersonalization disorder episode may last from a few minutes to several years and cause several signs and symptoms. These include:A blurred sense of identityA numbing of your senses or responses to the world around youFeeling like you are a robot or like you are living in a movie or dreamAn awareness that your sense of detachment is only a feeling and not realityA sensation that you are not in control of your actions, which includes talkingFeeling like you are watching yourself from above, as if you are floating in the airMental health problems that include anxiety and depressionFeeling like you are emotionally disconnected from the people you care aboutA sense that your arms, legs or body are shrunken, enlarged or distortedContinuous or recurring feelings like you are an outside observer of your thoughts or your body.
Again, you may have depersonalization disorder. The disorder and/or complications resulting from it or other conditions along with it are why you are disabled, unable to work and in need of financial assistance.
Have you applied for Social Security Disability from the Social Security Administration? Were you denied?
If you appeal your denial or reapply, do not forget this important fact. People who are represented by a disability attorney like the one at disabilitycasereview.com, are approved more often than people without an attorney.
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Article written by James Shugart
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