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Re: pdoc yelled at me (sort of)

Posted by sunnydays on June 26, 2008, at 23:09:52

In reply to Re: pdoc yelled at me (sort of) seldomseen, posted by rskontos on June 26, 2008, at 17:50:27

Thanks everyone. I'll try respond more later. Your responses were really great and very helpful. I talked to T - he's gone next week and then moving his office so in two weeks I'll be seeing him, but at a whole new place. He promised he's taking most of his stuff with him, though, just new furniture. It makes me sad though, and he said, "A lot of important things happened in this room." Which is true.

He did say he had had a similar experience with her where they had kind of a rough conversation and then the sort of apology at the end. And he said that even if she's having a bad day she shouldn't take it out on me, that it's not fair to me. But he did say he thinks it's her, not me, and that she probably wasn't frustrated with me, it's just that she's 'prickly' lately and it's a personality thing with her. So I felt a little better, although it still hurt my feelings a lot. But he said her pharmacological advice is still sound, so we agreed I'd do what she said.

Lots of feelings and trying to hold off the sadness because I don't want to get totally overwhelmed. But at the same time, I don't want to bury it. And he can't even call me or anything and won't get messages when he's away. He has someone on call, but I don't think I would call her. I do sort of know her from a group experience she led, and she would be nice if I did call, but I just probably wouldn't.






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