conversation with doctor

Discussion in 'Community' started by indifference, Feb 11, 2005.

  1. indifference macrumors regular

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    hey i would like to say the whole story of the lunch with the doctor. the child actually had a disability and was on meds for depression. In the conversation I found out though that he was having social probelems at school, the school had called his parrents but they were at work, so they called the grand-parrents to come pick him up. The chid probably felt that the parrents didn't love him because they couldn't take time off from work. I asked also about the diet that I posted about, and found out by asking, what is happening at home, his parrents were going to get a divorse, he was probably going to loose his dad. I told them to take out salt from the diet, due to sensativity maybe use a different kind of milk. I recommended they see a music therapist becuase music therapy will help a disabeled child feel comfortable with the therapist. But they went with some other therapist, but I recommended not to base it on the qualifications, to listen to the child, to do what the child wants. I hear the child is doing OK. and I found some major discoveries as an undergraduate, but this was part of the conversation and I was also able to get the doctor to recyle water bottels becuase I brought up how in california they had such a problem that they could fill the whole costline, with them and so he started to when he decided not to use the huge containers.
     
  2. pseudobrit macrumors 68040

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    You and swanny should have your own forum or something.
     
  3. indifference thread starter macrumors regular

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    hey can you explian ourself?
     
  4. WinterMute Moderator emeritus

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    Probably not, but can you?
     
  5. stubeeef macrumors 68030

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    Just check his signature and you can get how some feel about his little comments to others.
     
  6. pivo6 macrumors 68000

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    You have to admit that both this thread and Swanny's thread from this morning, both seem to come out of "left field".
     
  7. swanny macrumors regular

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    Interpretation

    Well if I may translate perhaps
    He or she "indifference" through the course of their
    internship or something encountered a troubled child
    whose parents were going through a divorce which
    brought about anxiety and depression in the child
    which required some theraputic intervention of some sort
    in consultation with the case doctor. Indifference appears
    to be a student of some sort perhaps involved with art or
    music therapy. As well they share a concern about the environment
    which is why they informed the case doctor of the waste caused
    by water bottles? Plastic? which apparently are littering the
    California coast line.
    Or so I deduce.....
    Heard my moniker being taken in vain....

    Alrighty then....
     
  8. Peterkro macrumors 68020

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  9. stubeeef macrumors 68030

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    I do admit it, I find alot around here from left field, occassionally my own, but some of the comments to those people around here are unneccessary. it is not like indiff made a socially unacceptable post, or one that is angry and uncaring, the post may seem out of the blue, and ecoli's ? is perfectly appropriate. As you can tell from pb sig, we have zero love lost for each other, infact I appreciate his sign, it is a badge I wear proudly, even though he can't spell my forum name correctly, but hey we all have issues.
     
  10. swanny macrumors regular

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    ????

    Hmmm
    What planet was it you'all said youse from again...
    What don't they speak English in America anymore....
    I suspect you're watching perhaps to much TVs
    and cut down on the salt, sugar and fats perhaps
    Try coffee....

    Well we all seem to be in a cheery mood this morning....
    I think I'll just go back to the left field of dreams.....

    wakey wakey...
     
  11. indifference thread starter macrumors regular

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    ok that was the conversation, but I was bringing up the recyling issue too, and just mentioning that was part of what I did also.
     
  12. absolut_mac macrumors 6502a

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    indifference, I think it would help everyone on this forum, you included, if you thought out your posts before typing and posting them. Then structure it into appropriate paragraphs to make it more readable.

    That's what the preview button is there for. If the post doesn't make much sense to you, exactly how do you think we will understand it? The better we understand your post, then we'll be better equiped to help you.

    Lastly, it also helps to stick to one theme per thread. As Rower has said in the past, new threads are free,
     
  13. Lyle macrumors 68000

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    I thought the same thing after reading this one yesterday. Very James Joyce.
     
  14. gwuMACaddict macrumors 68040

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    i'm glad we're getting back to threads like this again... :confused: :D
     

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