Hi there everybody. This is honestly my first time posting publicly on anything like this and I don't know what kind of response I'm looking for but any advice or success stories would be helpful I suppose. I'm trying to apply for Disability Pension through Centrelink as I am unable to work. The last job I had I managed to last 3 weeks before I ended up having one of the biggest mental breakdowns I've ever had due to stress. My hair was falling out and I had a panic attack leading to an ambulance coming to tend to me. I'm really worried even with all my history, dating back to the age of 9 and I am now 24, I will be denied my claim and forced to look for work which will potentially put me back into a suicidal and vulnerable state. I've been diagnosed by 2 psychologists and a GP with severe depression, severe anxiety, PTSD, borderline personality disorder and bipolar disorder. I also developed agoraphobia at one stage and couldn't leave the house without having a panic attack for about 3 months. This to this day still comes and goes. I've been having to hand in Centrelink Medical Certificates for the past 2 years to avoid being forced to find work and the last time I handed one in was told by 2 of the staff members that I should be on disability because it was clear my condition was permanent and not getting any better, which it is. I don't know how they can expect one day you'll wake up fine like nothing ever happened, it doesn't make sense. I don't mean to ramble either sorry, I was just ultimately wondering what anybody thought the chances of me getting disability were and if anybody has had any luck. I know it's an incredibly long process and that the likelihood is slim, but I honestly can't work and don't want to be forced to, having to try and defend my mental health every step of the way. If anybody can offer any advice that would be appreciated thank-you.