This topic contains 10 replies, has 9 voices, and was last updated by  JustKeepSinging 6 days, 7 hours ago.

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  • #87645

    Today I had my first appointment at the job centre. I am an absolute wreck but sucked it up and went. I got there and immediately had a melt down – too many people, men, was worried about what would happen. As soon as I explained I was a new DA survivor that had just moved into the area the staff were amazing! I just wanted to let you know that there are lovely people out there xx

  • #87650

    That’s wonderful that they stepped up. And well done for actually getting there in the first place. That’s a huge step. Take it slowly x

  • #87651

    That’s great Escapee, well done you xx

  • #87653

    That’s fantastic they helped you. People can be amazing too x

  • #87654

    That’s brilliant. Well done you. xx

  • #87661

    Well done on having the strength to do this. It won’t have been easy yet you did it!
    Best of luck in finding a job 🍀

  • #87664

    Thank you ladies.

    It warms my poor battered heart to know there’s kindness around (and the fact that you are all dealing with stuff too!) x*x

  • #87704

    Well done. I would recommend that people tell the job centre they are survivors, if they can. I was allocated to a woman who specialised in helping survivors get jobs.

  • #87759

    How very brave of you to go there, I hope they continue treating you with lots of respect and offer you jobs that suit you 💕

  • #87771

    They’re being amazing. They’ve offered me access to this well being course and I don’t have to sign on again until December. I’m hoping by then I’ll be a bit stronger. I feel so unwell at the moment but I’m guessing it’s just stress and anxiety 🙄 xxxx

  • #87878

    Ahhh that’s good. I have to go for my universal credit interview on Friday and already dreading it!

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