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About Big_Rab

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  1. Big_Rab

    5 Word Story (2)

    to feed to the boss
  2. Big_Rab

    5 Word Story (2)

    totally high on good weed
  3. Big_Rab

    Working after medical Retirement

    I am having CTB Therapy sessions every week. They can prove to be really emotional and painful to get through and i am drained afterwards. I am on Sertraline, Propranolol and Diazepam to try and reduce the intrusive thoughts and feelings i get daily. Yea, your right mate, don't join the police !! Good luck for Monday
  4. Big_Rab

    Working after medical Retirement

    PTSD is horrible and my therapist is working through the trauma's I experienced while on duty. He has identified 6 major trauma's and after 7 months of weekly sessions we are still trying to sort the first one. I knew Northern Ireland was bad when i joined but the things i have seen and experienced over the years has ruined my life. Good luck going back to work, i couldn't get through the doors tbh and good luck for the future.
  5. Big_Rab

    Working after medical Retirement

    Thank you, I can't face going anywhere work at the minute but will contact my Fed rep once i get a date for going and will take it from there.
  6. Big_Rab

    My Blackberry is frozen

    Like our tech guys lol
  7. Evening all I am currently in the process of being medically retired from PSNI due to chronic PTSD after 28 1/2 yrs service. My question is when retired and receiving my pension & medical pension can you take another job in civvy street once I am well enough to do so in the future? If so does my medical pension stop as i would be receiving an income. This will be in quite a few years if at all but i just want to make some sort of plans for the future if I can get my life back together. Thanks