Federal Employee Medical Retirement: A Wrong Sense of Shame

Having a sense of shame can reveal a heightened level of moral superiority; but as with all things emanating from the Good, those who lack a sensitivity to propriety will take full advantage of a misguided loyalty to ethical conduct. Work and a duty to one’s vocation is a guiding principle for most Federal and Postal employees. Read More …

Federal Gov. and USPS Disability Retirement: Evaluating your expectations

Expectations are peculiar anticipatory states of being; based upon an accurate assessment of factual considerations, they can comport with a true sense of reality; dependent upon an unrealistic foundation of pure desire and want, it can lead to a devastating loss […] Read More …

Medical Retirement for Federal Workers: Time, Expectation & Patience

Time is the basis and essence of frustration. Often, in becoming involved in the administrative process and procedure of preparing, formulating and filing for Federal Disability Retirement […] Read More …

Medical Retirement for Federal Workers: Burning Bridges and Walking Away

When a Federal or Postal worker suffers from a medical condition — often, silently, and without complaint — and such medical condition(s) impacts one’s ability to perform the essential […] Read More …