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How can you get your family doctor to fill out a disability form?
Definitely ask for a psychologist referral!  You want someone on your side who can understand your issues and be willing and eager to advocate for you with the beancounters because disability can be rather hard to get some places, like just south of the border in America.Having a psychologist means you have a more qualified specialist filling out your papers (which is a positive for you and for the government), and it means you can be seeing someone who can get to know your issues in greater depth and expertise for further government and non-profit organization provided aid.If seeing a psychologist on a regular basis is still too difficult for you, start with your initial appointment and then perhaps build up a rapport with a good therapist through distanced appointments (like via telephone, if that is easier) until you can be going into a physical office.  It would probably look good on the form if your psychologist can truthfully state that you are currently seeking regular treatment for your disorders because of how serious and debilitating they are.I don't know how disability in Canada works, but I have gone through the process in the US, and specifically for anxiety and depression, like you.  Don't settle for a reluctant or wishywashy doctor or psychologist, especially when it comes to obtaining the resources for basic survival.  I also advise doing some internet searches on how to persuasively file for disability in Canada.  Be prepared to fight for your case through an appeal, if it should come to that, and understand the requirements and processes involved in applying for disability by reading government literature and reviewing success stories on discussion websites.
My husband and I plan to migrate to Australia, how do I start the process without the involvement of an agent?
Great dream, DO IT!In my book (How to make your dream of living in another country a reality) I explained in details how to be successful in any visa application with or without a registered immigration agent. Here’s an extract from Chapter seven which will help answer your question:.......Visa application – the real dealWhen it comes to visa acquisition, the magic formula is to make sure your application is as strong as it can absolutely be.Getting a visa today to live and pursue your dream in a desired country is one of the best feelings in the world. It is an opportunity of a lifetime. I view the whole visa application venture as an investment. As aforementioned, it involves non-refundable fees and related expenses. It takes a lot of time and energy to gather the required documentation, fill out the application form and eventually submit. It also involves heaps of emotions since our travel dream is largely dependent on the ultimate outcome. This is why I always approach every visa application with all seriousness. Apart from one visitor visa that I was denied some time ago when I was an undergraduate student, all my other subsequent visa applications (student, work and residency visas) were approved. Six successes in total. Yay!Here are the keys to all my visa application successes:· As soon as I decide to apply for a visa, I make a written timetable and start organising supporting documents well in advance: Some of the RIGHT documents take weeks and even months to gather. I never rush!· Always save and have adequate funds to pay for the non-refundable adjudicating visa application. I hate losing to the immigration officials with no favourable results. Once bitten, twice shy!· I choose my application assistants carefully. Even though I principally complete the entire application form on my own, I never hesitate to seek help from trusted family members (such as my wife) and friends (those I know have been successful with the same visa type I am pursuing) if necessary. When I am unsure of anything, I contact the immigration department directly through emails or call their direct line. Sometimes, I will have to hold the call for over 45 minutes, but the officers are able to point me in the right direction.· Since I take full responsibility of the whole application process I ensure I read all available guidelines and information provided by the country’s official immigration website. The good news is that each application form has an accompanying guide, which is available for free on the official immigration websites. I carefully read the guide before attempting to complete any visa application form. I go over them multiple times so I don’t miss or misinterpret anything.· It is advisable to always check the credibility of any immigration consultant you select. To ensure you receive professional, honest and reliable advice, ensure you stick to the recommendation to always engage a licensed immigration adviser, registered immigration law specialist or designated government agency to assist you with your visa application. People often ask me if they should hire an immigration adviser. I have heard success stories from people I know who used their service. It is important to note that applying for a visa is very personalised and circumstance based. In the worst-case scenario, assuming due to my circumstances, I need personalised immigration help from a consultant, I will choose them carefully. Nowadays, there are many consultants and travel agents who claim they can answer all the technical questions and help you with your visa application to varying degrees. Beware of the scammers out there!· I complete the application forms with all the attention they deserve and supply all the right requirements. Accuracy and consistency is very important to me! I avoid incomplete or vague information. I just follow the instructions in the application guide, complete the application form and submit it on my own.· I arrange the documents in the specified order. I aim to make the immigration officer’s job of reviewing and reading through my application pack as easy and simple as possible.· I stay away from pitfalls such as providing false or fraudulent information. I am very aware that the authenticity of all the information and documents I supply will be verified. I am reminded that, if I’m banned or blacklisted, it could have a negative effect on my future visa applications. I move away from being in a fool’s paradise by believing the immigration officials will be lenient or understanding if I make mistakes or errors. It is my notion that these immigration officers will decline or fail my application based on my own errors............................................I wish you great success in your journeyCheers.LouisAuthor, How to make your dream of living in another country a reality
In an interview process, they have asked me to fill out a survey asking how much my current base salary is. What should I consider as I fill it?
I will give you advice from my personal experience. It may or may not work for somebody else, but it does work for me. This is a tricky question, I know. You put a number too small, you risk appearing to not value yourself enough and may get less salary than the employer had initially considered. You put your number too high and you risk scaring off the potential employer as having unreasonable expectations. I  usually tell them that salary is just a number and it not a top priority, that I do not want to miss out an opportunity because of a number, and if both parties are very enthusiastic, we can find a reasonable amount (this is an honest opinion, for me salary is not the decisive factor). But many headhunters/recruiters are very insistent on knowing your "expectations". If you are asked directly about your current salary, you can top it off with a few grands ,) No harm in that, but not too much. If asked about your expected salary, I recommend doing a little market research. Visit several websites and find a reasonable number adequate to your new title/responsibilities. If you think you are better than the average (and there's 50% chance you are), you can top it off with a few grands as well.In your situation, since there is no negotiator, only you and the paper, I would recommend putting your salary, or if you find it too low, you can find an average salary on the market for people with similar experience, and put that number.
I wanted a daughter, but ended up with a son, and now he's 7. Is it too late to put him into foster care?
There was Charlie, sitting in the last seat in the back of my high school English class, middle row. Again! I think he was trying to break me.You see, I had a rule that I followed at the beginning of each semester. During the first week of class, I invited the students to sit anywhere they wanted. Each day, for five days, I noted the seating choices. I asked that anyone who needed to sit up front for any reason to let me know privately, such as vision problems, bullying problems, etc.Then, with all things considered, on the sixth day (with a few exceptions), I would “flip” the classroom. Essentially, all students in the back three rows were assigned a seat in the front three rows, and vice versa. They didn’t know this was coming.Charlie was angry as he slammed himself into a prime seat on the front row. Never once did he sit in his assigned, front row seat of his own accord. Each day, I would have to demand that he get up from the back row and move to his seat in the front row. After speaking with him privately, he assured me that his reason was simply preference. He never gave up, and neither did I. I never let on how much I admired his tenacity.Charlie was one of the biggest guys in the ninth grade, but he wasn’t interested in sports. In fact, I couldn’t find anything that Charlie was interested in. The guidance counselors had no record of any problems or issues. He had flown under the radar for a long time, and he made it clear that he was uncomfortable with my attention and probing.I’d never before seen a face that was perpetually scrunched from frowning. That was Charlie’s face. I’m sad to say that the only time I ever saw it un-scrunched was when his face popped out its wrinkles to reveal utter surprise after he walked in after school one day and found me sitting in a chair at his family’s dining room table as I spoke with his grandmother. A few seconds later, Charlie’s face settled back into its “natural” frown, and he grunted as he quickly escaped from the house.In a quiet voice, Charlie’s grandmother told me that she and his grandfather were Charlie’s guardians because her daughter had gotten purposely pregnant at 19 years of age by a young man with drug problems. Her daughter’s singular goal was to give birth to a little girl, whom she imagined would be her best friend and companion.When Charlie arrived, she wouldn’t look at him or hold him. It was without a single regret that she gave him away to her parents to raise. The daughter would come and go without acknowledging Charlie. But Charlie was fine. His grandparents told him he was their son, so he believed that his mother was his sister.Sadly, while trying to conceive once again with the drug addict, the daughter, herself, became addicted to drugs. When Charlie was nine years old, she came home drugged up in the middle of the night, dragged Charlie out of bed, and revealed to him the truth, being careful to include how much she hated him. It was the next day, when Charlie’s grandparents cried while confirming her account, that Charlie’s face fell into a scowl that refused to go away.As I listened, my heart broke into a zillion pieces for Charlie. The grandmother said that he had recently shoved his grandfather by his throat up against the wall because his grandfather was trying to keep Charlie and his now drug-dealing father apart. Charlie’s exact words were, “You can’t tell me what to do! You’re not my father! You’re just a bad liar.”Soon after, I chose a short reading for Charlie’s class with him in mind. It had themes of the ethics of lying to protect someone and why God lets bad things happen. For the first time ever, Charlie appeared engaged. His frown lightened a bit. But when it was over, I could see that he rejected the softness of the discussions by slamming his book shut, sinking deeper into his seat, and, I swear, his frown seemed even more pronounced.In light of his reaction, I determined to speak to him one-on-one, just Charlie and me. But the next day, he wasn’t in school. If Charlie was anything, he was consistent, so I was worried. When I stopped by after school, his grandmother sobbed to me that Charlie had run away with his drug dealer of a father. To this day, they’ve never heard from him. This year (2019), Charlie will be 19 years old, the same age as his mother when she got pregnant with him while dreaming of a girl whom, I promise you, she also would have destroyed.Dear Asker-of-This-Question:Who are you? Where do you come from? If you were in my class, I’d find a story to fit you - one detailing a person’s demise due to his/her own selfishness and immaturity.Please don’t expect pity from me. But do expect this: I volunteer to take your precious son. I promise to love him, treat him with compassion, and be patient with him. I promise to be a mother to him.Do not destroy this child’s soul. Do not discard. Do not violate. Do not murder who he is…a little boy full of love and innocence.If you do, I cannot begin to tell you what horrific things I hope and pray follow you throughout eternity. You were bold enough to ask an incredibly barbaric question. Now, be bold enough to do the right thing. My God.
How do I draw out a chapter? I have everything planned out but I write short chapters.
I run into this problem a lot too! I can't guarantee this will work though…So, first, summarize your entire chapter into a single sentence.Mary gives Jane a choice, and Jane gets help from her friends to decide.Then lengthen it into a paragraph, adding details.Mary tells Jane that she needs to decide whether or not she'll be moving to Greece. Jane decides to ask Tom for help. She explains the situation to him, and he has an idea. He asks her to make a list of the reasons she wants to stay, and the reasons she wants to leave. After looking over the list, Jane realizes that she wants to move. She goes and explains her decision to Mary.Stretch it out to half a page, then a full page, then keep going. Explain why it was so urgent for her to decide, what her reasons were for wanting to stay and for wanting to leave. Details, details, details.(Do you have a lot of dialogue in these chapters? If so, let me know. I might have another suggestion.)