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    I'm not out. I'm dying to know how it goes!!!

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    Although i acknowledge that this is a Patient/Dr relationship and all that jazz, i dont think its 100% impossible that you could be truely attracted to eachother. Stranger things have happened and people fall in love all the time. If you feel like your reading it right and you want to say something then that is your prerogative! Just be prepared that you may have been massively reading into things and end up mortified.

    Im a big believer in love at first sight, you never know!

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    Quote Originally Posted by FallenAngel14 View Post

    I think though if he was willing to wait then it might show that he's genuinely interested in me long term, if that makes sense?
    Devils advocate: the same could also be said for you. By ending your doc/patient relationship and then waiting to tell him (in order to not ruin his career)... That could help prove to yourself that you have genuine feelings for the man rather than just a rebound/authority figure crush.

    Sorry I just think nothing good can come from telling him now - it's short term gratification (like scratching an itch) at the risk of long term happiness.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trusty Chords View Post
    Sometimes I really have to pinch myself and say to myself am I really alive in this world… Why on earth is the OP responsible for his career. He is a professional and I assume he has been to uni and knows how a professional in his position should conduct himself. His choices have nothing to do with the op. .
    It's similar to a married man having an affair. Sure the man is an ******* and the mistress owes the wife nothing. However the mistresses role (active pursuing) in the downfall of the marriage when she knows it is wrong also reflects poorly on her.
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    Quote Originally Posted by VicPark View Post
    It's similar to a married man having an affair. Sure the man is an ******* and the mistress owes the wife nothing. However the mistresses role (active pursuing) in the downfall of the marriage when she knows it is wrong also reflects poorly on her.
    It is completely different!!!
    OP is not crushing on a married man, to say so is ridiculous!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alicia111 View Post
    It is completely different!!!
    OP is not crushing on a married man, to say so is ridiculous!!!
    @VicPark is using an analogy. She's not saying the op is chasing a married man.

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    Switch doctors, now.
    If he asks you why, that is your opening to say that things have gotten personal (charity, feelings, etc) and you do not want to have blurred lines when being treated medically.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DT75 View Post
    Switch doctors, now.
    If he asks you why, that is your opening to say that things have gotten personal (charity, feelings, etc) and you do not want to have blurred lines when being treated medically.
    I'm thinking this is how I will go about it.

    Just not sure if I have the confidence to tell him in person or sms.
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    Quote Originally Posted by VicPark View Post
    It's similar to a married man having an affair. Sure the man is an ******* and the mistress owes the wife nothing. However the mistresses role (active pursuing) in the downfall of the marriage when she knows it is wrong also reflects poorly on her.
    It just infantilize men to be honest.
    Surely in both situations they are grown ups enough to realize the consequences of their actions.

    Sure there is temptation in the outside world but anyone shifting the blame of their own choices onto others is just looking for an easy way out.

    Maybe I should start blaming the extras kilos I'm carrying on all the bakers that put their cakes in display.

    OP I like your plan. Switch doctors and then tell him one way or another.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mellie29 View Post
    @VicPark is using an analogy. She's not saying the op is chasing a married man.
    Obviously... But it was a very bad analogy


 

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