Last week I received 2 forms to complete from Social Security in regard to my disability application. They are a Work History Report Form & a Daily Activities Questionnaire. It took me 8.5 hours of working on these 12 pages to finally complete the forms & I'm fairly well organized with information within reach. I was also able to talk with my attorney for 1.5 hours on these 2 forms. At his request we went over each & every line. I'd made a quick draft in pencil (I made 3 copies of the forms & ended up using all as I kept revising my answers) & he gave me advice on answering each question. Wow, did I ever need legal help as understanding what the goverment wants is hard for a person who reqularly has FM fog & does word substitution. (Today's confusion was when I said onion & meant vanilla.) After 2 drafts (written over 3 days) I showed my answers to my partner. She caught several errors & suggested I add important things that I'd omitted all together because I hadn't even gone there in my head. Finally, to celebrate Summer Solstice, I sent the copies off to my attorney who will forward the originals. Since then I've felt like I'm on a roller coaster of up & down motions. I'm sure others feel the same whenever another hurdle (or small step) is taken in the SSDI application process.