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    I think this is a best possible outcome to be honest.

    He keeps his job.

    You get a new doctor you feel comfortable with.

    No messy dating hassles - you can focus on yourself, your 10 month old and other 3 kids for now. Imagine how freakin messy your (and your kids) lives would have become if your doctor had taken the bite at the cherry.

    Phew.

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    Man... Where can I get myself a doctor who gives out his mobile To txt whenever, would save me self diagnosing via Google😋

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    Quote Originally Posted by FallenAngel14 View Post
    So for those who are interested, I asked my dr if he could refer me to someone else, as I think I have developed feelings for you and that changing Drs would be best. His reply was "no problem. all the best"
    I hope you are okay, I know that this wasn't the reply you were hoping for.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alicia111 View Post
    I hope you are okay, I know that this wasn't the reply you were hoping for.
    Yeah I am ok Feeling pretty embarrassed more than anything. His response was so short as well. I would feel better if he had at least said he wasn't interested or something!

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    I agree with @harvs I doubt you were imagining it. I think he is keen but also realises he's breached ethics by what he's been doing. It's like when I keep eating chocolate and I don't gain weight for a few weeks and I think I'm getting away with it. Then one day the scales call me on it and it's a huge wake up call. I think he was dabbling with the flirting then when you called him on it he realised he can't do that, it's his job, his livelihood, and his home on the line.

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    He probably was flirting and he was probably happy to keep it that way. People flirting doesn't necessarily mean they want it to progress further. I hope you find a new dr that you are comfortable with.

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    I agree with the above. It's less likely you were imagining it. I think he's just embarrassed you called him on flirting with a patient.

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    I agree with the others. I don't think you were imagining him flirting. It's likely though that he never had any interest in a relationship. Some people are just very flirty. Not professional but hey.

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    See part of the reason I believed it to be more than just flirting was that he went out of his way to help with this charity stuff, speaking to reporters etc. Plus seemed genuinely interested in my personal life. More than just a casual interest.

    Anyways I now don't know where to from here. Do I continue to act like nothing has happened and still work with him on this charity? Also he didn't say anything about who or when or if he was going to refer me on to. Or if I should go back to my gp for a different referral, as I need to have surgery which he booked me into last week.

    I'm glad I sent the message as it needed to be done, but there isn't any closure on the other stuff.

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    I'd definitely keep doing all the charity stuff with him. I don't think you read into it and I'm sure there is more to this. He can't write more in a text. Agree with whoever said there will be more chapters.

    As for referral, yes I would ask GP.


 

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