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Re: relationships JenStar

Posted by pinkeye on May 27, 2005, at 19:20:21

In reply to Re: relationships pinkeye, posted by JenStar on May 27, 2005, at 19:12:52

Actually I have seen the good side of doctors as well.

My ex T was a good doctor himself. Pretty good. Only that I don't think they really care personally too much about their patients. After sometime, the patients just become like projects, and not really persons I guess. My ex T cared about me - professionally. Just like I may care about a software project that I am working on. I would try to think it out and try to do it well, and try to make sure it isn't buggy and well designed and efficient. But once it is done, I lose the interest. I think that is what the professional interest and curiosity is. And I forget my projects. IT is only the interest and the solving of the problem that matters - not the project itself. For me it does not matter if it is project X or project Y - as long as it is somewhat interesting to me. I think in some way, Drs also come to feel the same about their patients. They see so many of us, (atleast in India), that they start thinking of people like projects. And I don't blame them. They need to do it if they need to keep themselves sane. And I really wouldn't be expecting my arthritis doctor to keep in touch with me after tmerination. In fact he retired last december, and I haven't thought much about him after that. I should have adopted the same attitute towards my psychiatrist also. That is what I am saying.


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