“What if you do not get justice?”

That was the question that one of my probation officers asked (I am now on my 3rd and 4th probation officer) They came to my house as they, at least, recognise that I have significant agoraphobia, even if they do not call when they say they will. My next “meeting” is in March but on the phone.

The question was asked because they were very concerned about my mental health. They suggested talking therapy and I said that not only is the mental health system chaotic (and had to go to a private psychiatric hospital for treatment) and I had my full of therapy over the years, due to my last divorce, the lost of my young wife and the death of my mother, I said that the only way that my mental health would improve is to get justice for EVERYTHING that has happened to me.

“What happens if you do not get justice” was asked to which I replied that if the police actually did their job for once, I would actually get justice; that was why they were there for.

But, because I have not get any justice for so long, my mental health continues to deteriorate. I told them that it was not in my nature to just “let it go” and will fight for justice until my literal last breath.

They did not say a word and shortly left thereafter.

Published by David Hender (copyright owner- all rights reserved)

If you want to know me, you first need to understand where I have been and where I am going

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