Our expert says:
Hey, it ought to have been an extra paragraph in the constitution ( that marvellous work of fiction !) that everyone is entitled to feel sorry for themselves now and then. Being disabled too, I understand that feeling of vulnerability, when you recognize that you might take a fall that would be hard to get up from, and there might be nobody to notice. One has to find ways to plan one's life and safeguards to minimize such risks, but it's never easy.
And of course to have been exploited is a bitter experience. I hope you insist on speaking to that broker's most senior reachable boss, and explain what she did and how she lied, and see if they can remedy it in some way.
And in any competent big picture of life, your problems are at least as important as anyone else, and more important than some. Of course you don't want to appear a drama queen, but don't lock yourself into denial, either --- one of our tasks with a disability is to recognize when to acknowledge the help we need, and to accept it gracefully. And to gently educate others as to the routine problems some of us suffer.
I suspect they're called Brokers, because the break things.
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