Last Updated: October 8, References Approved. This article was co-authored by Maya Diamond, MA. She has 11 years of experience helping singles stuck in frustrating dating patterns find internal security, heal their past, and create healthy, loving, and lasting partnerships. There are 13 references cited in this article, which can be found at the bottom of the page. This article has been viewed , times. As doctors are intelligent and often passionate about their work, dating a doctor can be a wonderful experience.
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Abi Skipp. You may not have set out to fall in love with a married man, but there are times in life when even the most intelligent women find their emotions getting the better of them and they fall into situations that leave them feeling alone, embarrassed and isolated. Loving and dating a married man can be extremely painful and seldom works out well in the long run. The ups can leave you over the moon with a great feeling of love and comfort and the downs can be all consuming, leaving one bitter and rejected. But this article is not intended to judge anyone or admonish women to "just dump him!
We've known for a long time that patients can leave a doctor for a new one. But in recent years we are hearing more and more about doctors who are dismissing their patients. Patients ask me frequently, "Can my doctor dismiss me? But there are also circumstances under which a doctor may not dismiss a patient.
But after your smiling physicians say goodbye and shut the office-room doors, there's a good chance that they wish they could rate you. A frequently cited study in the Archives of Internal Medicine found that doctors find up to 15 percent of patient visits "difficult. In a more recent article in the same journal, published in February of this year, internists and family practitioners surveyed said major difficulties arose when patients appeared to be dissatisfied with their care or when patients had unrealistic expectations. But, beyond personality differences, many doctors run into patients with bad habits, which makes diagnosing and treating them seem maddening.