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Re: majorly F'd off Dinah

Posted by alexandra_k on November 26, 2004, at 14:51:53

In reply to Re: majorly F'd off alexandra_k, posted by Dinah on November 26, 2004, at 7:11:10

Oh thank you Dinah, that sounds very sensible (and mature!) indeed. I think I am better off with him and I honestly believe that he means well even though some of his behaviour infuriates me.

He is chronically late if we have an appointment at the hospital. About half an hour to an hour late kind of late. I am understanding about that because I understand how busy he is and how likely it is that all sorts of emergency / crisis situations turn up unexpectedly. When we meet in the community he is generally on time - so long as he turns up at all. Usually I get a phonecall once I have arrived to see him and he isn't there. He apologises for this. I always have to put up with him being paged and cell phoned. Sometimes he will just leave the room to have a conversation - no matter where I am at at the time. But once again I am good about this becuase I try really hard to be understanding. He has never just not turned up and not contacted me before. And I guess he generally does say something apologetic about having stuffed me around. At least I say that I am understanding about all this stuff, but really it does bug me immensely at times. But I think you are right, I would rather keep seeing him. It is really hard though.

I think you are right, I should try to send him an email now that I have calmed down some.

I am so sick of this roller coaster ride of emotions...


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