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Re: No warning - why? - Anger is OK

Posted by Shandra on November 6, 2003, at 16:58:46

In reply to Re: No warning - why? - Anger is OK, posted by MissB on November 6, 2003, at 16:38:37

I agree that you have every right to be angry. It's one thing to take advice from someone off the street, quite another to be misled by qualified professionals who we are assured (by virtue of their professional qualifications) know what they're doing. We would all naturally take unprofessional advice (like what we share with each other here) with a grain of salt. If it were me, I would be angry. I also then try to figure out a way to express my feelings and expectations with the care provider, and see how responsive (ie let's fix this) that person was. This might give you a feel for whether this was a one-time slip in judgement or knowledge, or if you might want to find other resources if you felt it was due to a more general sloppiness or lack of genuine concern. I've certainly been angry (furious?) with some of my care providers, and then I try to do something productive with that anger. They say we vote with our money - voting with our money AND any insurance benefits we might have works too! I'm sure I'm preaching to the choir here, just trying to agree in a positive way. Good luck to you!




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