Apart from being just over a mile walk, the interview was as sweet as it was embarrassing for the advisor and myself.
Having to do another synopsis of my illnesses was draining mentally.
I also had to remember dates of various exams.
The thing is people, the advisor was very understanding.
She also said usually I should... But I won't. On three occasions.
She also said unless rules change I shouldn't be called in until after next wca , due about may time, unless rules change.
We briefly talked on an aside issue too, that of her not really understanding medical stuff, making it hard, but not impossible to work on wrag issues,
and kindly suggested should I want to if wrag awarded next time to appeal for support group award.
She said with info you just have just given me I don't think theres any point causing distress and possible benefit and health issues by referring and suggesting you opt into workfare. This would be rather inappropriate.
So people, thats what happened in brief.
Oh.. There was a shake of hands at end too, which was unexpected.
A very nice lady.