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Re: the term 'pdoc' friesandcoke

Posted by obsidian on August 3, 2009, at 23:25:12

In reply to the term 'pdoc', posted by friesandcoke on August 3, 2009, at 22:27:49

I just adopted the use of that word as an abreviation, and as others may say, it was easier than writing "psychiatrist" every time.
Receiving treatment for psychiatric symptoms is serious. In fact my mental health or lack thereof will affect everything I do and all the relationships in my life. I wish I didn't feel the need to see a psychiatrist and continue on meds, and/or perhaps I have just become quite accustomed to it all.
Don't worry about bringing this up (if you are inclined to), it's an interesting observation and good material for discussion.
be well,
sid


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