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Re: Waiting Room Rules DAisym

Posted by rskontos on January 26, 2009, at 15:37:19

In reply to Waiting Room Rules, posted by DAisym on January 26, 2009, at 0:18:31

Well. I have only encountered two people. One was when he booked two of us at the same time, oops, and the young man realized it before I did and pointed it out. I tried to bolt, I was very unstable but the young man wasn't and he handled things better than I did. He talked to me very nicely and said are you suppose to be here at 11:00 and I said yes and he said me too. I guess Dr. X made a mistake and laughed. Now I was mortified. But the young man called out to him, Dr. X, and told him the situation and got everything straightened out. He left, the young man, and came back another day. Dr. X said he was doing well, and I was going to bolt so I got the time.

The second time it was the husband of a client and I panicked thinking it was the same situation as the first time but the man said no he was waiting for his wife. He started talking about the weather and nothing specific and was actually a nice conversation. He made me feel ok.

But I will admit I always to this day, glance around the corner to make sure no one is in the waiting room and so far it hasn't happened again. Thank God.

so I guess the other people handled the talking better than I do.

rsk


 

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