Sorry guys, I'll read your posts another time, I really arent up to dealing with much right now. I feel so close to a mental health breakdown as I just arent dealing with all the stress of it all. Ive come here to post an update of the latest stuff so it wont end up lost in the confusion of my brain. Today Ive rung a current affair show http://www.todaytonightadelaide.com.au/contact-us over my situation and the discrimination Im getting from this state over ME/CFS (the past bad stuff) and the current with disabillity services. They said they cant do a story on one person and several other cases here would need to phone them and then they can look at doing a story on our situation here. So if there is anyone else in Sth Australia having ME/CFS discrimination esp issues with getting the support services they need throu Disability Services (which fund everything else!).. please please ring todaynightadelaide ( I forgot who I spoke too, it was a lady), I know you may be exhausted and sick but I cant change what this state is doing to us ALONE!! and without more saying about what is going on.. the hell Im having here is likely to continue. If things in this state go on like this, we will end up getting a ME/CFS death in this state. Ive also rang today my Advocate who I couldnt get on the phone (so had to do the normal thing and just leave a message which I wonder if she'll end up getting or not). Ive also rang the Equal Opportunity Commissioner place. I dont think Ive rang back there since the guy who was dealing with my case was transfered to a different position so no longer able to work on my case. Turns out the new one dealing with my case now doesnt know anything about it!! and said she'd had to read all throu the stuff and make a decision if I have a case or not. (the other guy told me he thought I did, at least over the wheelchair thing in which they refused to refer me for 2 years when whole warehouse there fill of them for people like me). So it looks like Im back to square one with having to deal with a new person. (round and round in circles) She said she'll ring back.