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Re: relationships

Posted by happyflower on May 27, 2005, at 18:23:05

In reply to Re: relationships happyflower, posted by pinkeye on May 27, 2005, at 18:11:24

I hate to see that you have experieced that doctors don't care personally. I have seen some that do, no they aren't personal friends, but they do care. My cousin is a doctor and is very loving and never says anything bad about his patients and he truely cares.
Then my kids ped. doctor, actually came to our house to deliver the news about my daughter heart defect,( and needing open heart surgury) she couldn't bear to tell me over the phone and it was the weekend. She knew I was freaking out and couldn't wait 2 days to get the news. She felt a certain something special for my daughter. I have also socialized with her before, and found her to be a neat person just like she was a neat doctor. But I do believe there are cold doctors out there, especailly the ones who have to deal with dying patients a lot. If they emotionally got involved, it would wear them down.
I didn't mean to imply that the T's relationship is the same as a mariage or having kids. I was talking about relationship in general. But I do believe my T cares about me, but not as a friend, but as a client or patient. I think T's would suck if they didn't care at least a little. I don't know, I could be wrong, I am new to all of this.




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