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Ok if hear say does not apply what about a pre existing medical condition such as bi polar?
Maybe the anxiety I felt got out of control despite seeing a doctor and taking medication (that does not affect my ability t o drive)on a regular basis. Currently, my husband is working extremely long hours and I barely see him, my daughter and I have recently moved house and are setting up her new home, my son in law ( her husband) is in hospital fighting an infection after receiving a defibrulator, my future daughter inlaw who is now pregnant has an iron deficiency ( plus just found out she has no parental rights on her first born child from a prior relationship), my son has just got engaged to my future daughter in law,and my youngest daughter who is in year 12 is doing her best to pass and land the job of her dreams, plus I am planning an engagement party, dealing with the grief that Courtney (a friend from my youngest daughters high school) has just committed suicide, & whilst I have been really busy steering writing and thinking for my crew &running the admin side of our home based business I cop a ticket whilst under stress. I have been dubbed by the swamp monster this month. Can you help?
Its totally bizarre though - I seldom wear a seat belt whilst driving because it makes me feel (anxious) trapped and unsafe and thus leaving me without confidence to drive assertively and defensively. Fact is, I take heed to your advice because it is sound advice when it comes to popular culture. But I don't fit into that popular culture. Can you see the irony, that the law is not being completely reasonable when it includes people of an equal standing like me? Can you help?
I sent another angle to you. Are you going to reply?