Reluctantly got up today but got everything done.

I didn’t even want to get up again today. I feel a huge mess. I’m still tired but I got up and did everything. I made my phone calls to sort out the housing situation. I’ve got an appointment with them now. I had filled out the application for housing online during the night so all the details were ready to use. I had to ring the gp surgery for evidence of my disabilities. I accidentally cut myself off trying to hold my mobile phone to my ear as I didn’t want to put it on speaker phone as I was multitasking and didn’t want the person at the other end to realise I had my attention elsewhere. The appointment was made by then so I didn’t ring back as the council worker had done what I needed. I wasn’t intentionally being rude, it just happened.

I nearly got myself into a debate on TikTok regarding someone saying that the boy on the video I shared should have consequences for his actions (police restraining in classroom one I tweeted a few days ago). People commented that really don’t have a clue. Why should the failed special needs kids be punished? I went down that road so I have enough experience to know first hand about what I’m putting over as my view. The ignorant who don’t know this kind of life don’t have to agree with me but don’t dare tell me that I’m wrong. We all ended up down different paths. You’re fortunate that you’ve never lived that one that you decided to comment about negatively. I can predict that boys future right now I’d the authorities don’t stop failing those types of kids. He will be prepped for a criminal label and used to meet those targets (the ones that people in authority deny exist but it’s a load of crap, if money wasn’t involved then vulnerable adults wouldn’t be treated the way that they have been for years). He will then be directed into an institution or prison. Places where they just lock the unsuccessful up and hope that they can drug them up so much that they are zombies that just exist but don’t actually have any ability to function enough to be an issue. They won’t complain about their lack of care or the way others are towards them because the medication will subdue them enough to put up with anything cruel done towards them. That is the predicted reality for children failed by the system when it comes to special needs! I’ve seen it with my own eyes. I nearly ended up that way myself but for the random luck I had to avoid that future. I’m still not allowed a normal life but I’m more free that a lot similar to me.

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