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ugh, now this makes me feel ill

Posted by joslynn on April 7, 2004, at 11:35:52

In reply to Re: feeling abandoned worried LONG, posted by joslynn on April 6, 2004, at 15:02:36

Ugh. Found out from someone else that he is in the office! Not overseas, not in family crisis, not buried under rubble, but in the office, no rational explanation for why he has not called back.

I left ANOTHER msg, polite but obviously with a note of irritation in my voice, not my usual friendly overaccommodating ignored self.

I repeated the situation of why I had to resched, explained that I have work mtgs and other things pending on my schedule that I cannot schedule yet until we set a time. (It's true, I have things I need to do for my business and other job that are floating up in the air because I am not sure what holes to leave for the app! I have been trying to reschdule since threee weeks ago, when I first left a msg w/ him about this.)

I also said that I will run out of meds end of this month. Left two numbers, do not know what else to do.

I was polite about it, but if he has any perception at all he will realize, uh oh, better call J back on this, since I have put her calling her back for three weeks.

You know, other people have jobs and commitments too, not just docs and therps! I have my own clients to meet and to help. And unlike me, they would not put up with being ignored for three weeks.

I do not know if I can get over this hurt unless I get an apology and an explanation. It just makes me feel physically ill. I thought he was very fond of me, and now it seems that he does not even feel the most common form of professional respect or courtesy.

I cannot believe I was so wrong about him...




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