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"The definition of insanity: doing something over and over expecting a different result". I am insane but I can't find a nexus to active duty. I am down to checking E-Benefits twice a day but I still can't shake it. Can anyone help me with a service connection?

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Must be contageous as we have it too. Wonder if Obsessive Compulsive Disorder would work? (Ha Ha) Really do not understand why it would be so difficult to post an updated status once every 6 months. I know they have alot going on but really its not helping their volumes at all to force people to call in for it. 

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From the same people who brought us War, Brainwashing, and Conditioning comes the NEW VA website EBennefits!

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I monitor it so much, I can actually tell when they are working on my claim.  And, I have had my claim status change three times in the same day.

Cheaper than alcohol or smokes,

Hamslice

P.S. I was denied for OCD.  

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I watched the prep for decision change to prep for notification and completion date change to today's date.

And Poof claim disappeared.

It reappeared under historical claims.

My rating is unchanged on letters section.

**I also started a new claim and still did not see an increase, so the letters coming my way are probably denials. Deleted new claim info.

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19 minutes ago, sunnyh said:

I watched the prep for decision change to prep for notification and completion date change to today's date.

And Poof claim disappeared.

It reappeared under historical claims.

My rating is unchanged on letters section.

Sorry to hear that, get your stuff together, take your time, you have 12 months to file a NoD, buck up, you'll win in time

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