Okay here's my response to be rejected twice. I have Fibro. After being rejected the first time, I called an attorney to help. I just got the second rejection. Have to let my attorney know this Monday. At this moment, I am frustrated. I am limited on my physical abilities too. I used to be a hairdresser for over 30 yrs. I worked with Fibro. It was not as limiting as it is now. I had a knee replacement, then my Fibro. condition worsen. I feel it was from being sedenary with recuperating from surgery plus the trauma to my body. Anyway, the whole thing is, I am frustrated with people not being able to actually see what I can and cannot do. This rejection letter told me that there was no reason that I could not continue doing my job as a hairdresser. Well, that's not going to happen. I cannot be up and around for too long of a time. I get too fatiqued at standing too long or walking too long of a time. The first rejection letter said since I can still get up and around and take care of myself, I am not qualified for benefits. I was told by someone at DVR, I am entitled to my own money I paid into this. To not feel guilty about applying for this. If I feel I really could get out ther and work at a reg. job, I certainly would! So, I am so disappointed, I could cry! I know that this is all normal. Still is frustrating. Plus the Doctor that SSDI had me go to be checked out, saw the way I am too, my limitations. So I guess that didn't count for anything on my behalf either.