Experiential Responses: Medical Retirement for Postal & Civilian Federal Employees

Life’s garbage is supposed to teach us lessons; that is what we are taught from a young age. Thus, long lines allow for an opportunity to test patience; insults and ingratitudes, self control; imprudent behavior, an antipathy towards it; lengthy battles, allowing a lesson to forge on while others give up; and similar encounters which provide ample revelations for altering one’s natural instinct of regressive responses. […] Read More …

Medical Retirement for Federal Workers: To Just Walk Away

One suspects that the U.S. Office of Personnel Management “plays the odds” and finds that a certain percentage of the population will accept at face-value the stated basis of a denial […] Read More …

Federal Employee Medical Retirement: The Knowledge of Others

It is often the spouse, or even the unnamed “friend”, who comes to recognize the need — even before the Federal or Postal employee. Whether because of the distance between […] Read More …

CSRS & FERS Medical Disability Retirement: Choices

One immediately hears it in the voice — of the frustration and desire to simply give up. But “giving up” is simply not a choice, if one refuses to acknowledge such an option and fails […] Read More …