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Saw this on the cue...We should be good. I have a couple of meetings and then I will get right on this. Steven
Don't you just love it when you feel that what you need is anything but what you get? TMM 1 is like that. He seems to give you exactly what you don't need, and exactly at the wrong time. I know you may have had feelings for him, but wow...what a man, and not said in a good way.
Your case is so complex it seems! This in-an-out-of legal stuff must make your head actually spin. You have got to be exhausted and emotionally spent with all of this. Really...you would think this was a high profile murder case the way that this has dragged on. I hear you. This has got to stop and you need to know what the heck is going on. Anything less is just frustrating and unhealthy. I hope you hear soon some solid information.
I like the call you gave on the retinal detachment case. I know this is ridiculously serious as a dx, and I am impressed that you stood your ground with crazy dr a. Way to go. He can be such a...I am not sure what the exact word is...He is really mean. That is one of the words.
Dr b and his girlfriend. I am telling you, you missed your calling. This is exactly what is happening. Dr b is giving the wrong message to (whatever the title) his girlfriend. He could really hurt her, or at the least, grossly lead her on. What on earth is he thinking? I thought doctors where smart. But as it is said, IQ tests cannot measure common sense.
Do I think he is a pig? No not really; I get the feeling he is rather monogamous, but he is a opportunist who would not turn down an offer if he thought it could get him somewhere. But I think he is probably a lot more stable than some. A 300 pound chick? Am I missing how this played into the conversation? Why tell you this?
The union nurse story: I think that you are right, that she is deceiving herself if she thinks she can outsmart everyone. This move sounds like a well thought out plan by admin to can her.
But I also get concerned that everyone seems to tell you all these "storys" about people and their work tragedy. I so want people to give you uplifting news and this work place is like a lead weight around your neck. You sure you don't want to go into psych? lol You would be so good at it. Look at all the practice you have had at work with your coworkers. Steven
Now that first part of this is a really good post! Sounds like you were really thinking about the reality of the tapes and what they might show...nothing really. And, you are so right! You couldn't see anything at the detail level of proof anyway. And, I don't blame your attorney for not wanting to go to a hearing without seeing the tapes.
Not to be negative, but I really do not think her subpoena is worth all that much. My hospital ignored most of these types of attorney generated documents, and in my experience, and unless a judge signed them, they are more like wishful thinking or a petition.
TMM is not insightful, agreed; he just has rotten timing. Seemingly a lot, don't you think so? Your husband intuiting? Well, okay maybe not. You have a point there, plus he is an engineer. They tend not to be too solid with all that insight and emotional stuff. I guess intuition is just not gonna happen.
Dr a: He is decompensating. It started in earnest around Christmas and has been rolling along ever since. He did seem pretty nice when you first met him, but his ability to be kind and emotionally intelligent is not very good, and it shows up more and more each day.
Not shaving legs as birth control? Really? What about all those European woman? A la natural? lol
I doubt you suffer from Dr b's perspective, a lack of "hotness". Perhaps it is that you have a decent marriage and that he is unwilling to push you. I do think he likes you, but I also think he respects you. Respect is a big thing for men, huge in fact. And, it is our greatest complement.
If he feels respect for you he will not cross a boundary. He will edge the boundary on occasion for fun, but unless something drastically alters with you or your marriage, I think he will be okay with you. He does treat you with dignity most of the time. True, he says dumb things on occasion, but he is, as you said, a man.
Does your attorney know what you just told me about the privacy issue and how the patient would have know that you were fired? That seems like an element that could help in the right circumstances. Steven
Well, I see that you had your previous question answered by some handsome doctor. Wow, should I be threatened? Was that dr a? lol
Well, even among men, engineers are kind of an anomaly. They are the most exacting and precise, and as far as emotional insight, not known for it. But Rob sounds okay to me. He seems pretty typical guy actually.
Your attorney is trying, I will give her that. But I think that you hit this well when you realized that the tapes really could not be that significant. And, if that is there case that is not much. Truly, this sounds like you ticked someone off at a personal level and this is the payback that they want to give you. I just cannot see that all this fuss if over a charting error, prechart, whatever. It seems like it is fueled by something emotional, not just professional.
Did I strike a nerve with the European women comment? If I did I am sorry. I didn't think I would get that level of reaction from you. I was just joking you know.
I can say that dr b respects you. He would not act as he does if that was not so. He may like you more as a friend than anything else and that may certainly be the issue and not anything related to weight. I am sure he sees you as a person and as someone he can have fun with, and respect.. He is not like dr a at all and I think he makes a good, though cautious, friendship. (ya just never know)
I have had many days where pizza is the desire of the day, and that is as much as the want list goes. Sometimes you are just too tired for much else. And there is just so much to do with work and kids. I relate to not feeling like it. Why would tmm 2 expect you to see him? He is loony. I often think he is more out to lunch than even you say. Steven