I would rather succeed at suicide than deal with the VA system ever again.
I would rather succeed at suicide than deal with the VA system ever again. They broke my glasses and refused to get me replacements for 6 months leaving me legally blind twice over during that time. They used submitted complaints as office jokes, they refused to allow my friends to contact me while under their care but allowed unwanted visits from family, they force drug and alcohol AA attendant even though I don’t drink or do drugs, they forced medications on me by needle twice a day, their police attack veteran in their care and the dismissive social abuse is to the level that nurses would chide me saying I would never see my daughter and that she didn’t want to see me, and would falsely laud how much better I seemed as I was biting my tongue in hatred of them while they falsely boasted that their drugs did what fear was forcing to happen, and they described that compliance as a healthiness it was not, I remember it feeling like walking on eggshells. I promise my self I will never give this system another chance, and condemn those that that feel the VA has fulfilled it debt. I would take a hippy spitting in my face any day over a Trump fans false patriotism, but that false patriotism has been festering in the VA ever since I’ve had the displeasure of being familiarized with LBVAMC. I lost an ass cheek to this hospitals incompetence of not to standard plumbing that created unsanitary living conditions they left us in, but just merely not being in their care did not stop the damage to my life, had I left prison I would have been provided more assets to adjust than by leaving the VAs care and they continued to obfuscate their forced control by ignoring court decisions to end conservatorship for 2 years before they finally conceded to let me control my life and terminate fiduciary. I consider their treatment on the lines of an Exodus after I actually left they have ignored my obtaining of parental rights and all this for a 30% service connected disability while the ignore outright my gulf war syndrome and protect themselves from going down that road by abusive care that creates more post trauma than I had in the first place.