I would say this is beyond debate. Doctors should not be pushing religion on their patients, especially after the patient explicitly asked them to stop. Get a new doctor ASAP.
That’s completely unacceptable and I’m sitting here angry on your behalf reading this. My family doctor and I have very different beliefs and that’s ok. He’s never pushed anything on us and he’s very good with many situations. I’m seeing him later this week and if our area isn’t too far, I can ask if they’re taking new patients in exceptional situations.I think I need a new family doctor. My current one makes me feel worse with each visit. The worst thing is that he keeps pushing me to "go back to church" or "find a religion." Yesterday, I PLEADED to him to stop pushing religion on me, but he wouldn't stop.
I'm not a religious person. I was raised Catholic, but I grew away from that. My experiences with religious people have been largely negative and I want no part of that. Most (not all) religious people I've met are pushy, judgmental, or use it to push hateful rhetoric.
I'm agnostic at best. My Catholic upbringing instilled a sense that SOMETHING else is out there, but I don't know what it is and it's not my place to tell someone else what it is or how to live their life according to some outdated scriptures.
And I've tried explaining that to my family doctor, but he doesn't stop. He doesn't know how to speak to someone with mental illness, either, because as I said, I wind up feeling MORE depressed every time I leave his office. He's not helping me anymore.
That sounds like a fun lawsuit! Seriously though, sic 'em - from what you've written here, they sound like they need a good ass kicking.It’s on like Donkey Kong. The douche lords, I mean slum lords that own the property I work at, removed my accessible parking spot today.
I’m going full bitch mode.
Which game?*sigh* I can't sleep. Been severely depressed lately. Got into a big fight with my parents yesterday. Didn't go to work and spent the whole day playing a video game. Barely eaten. What's the point? My life is worthless. The whole world is going to hell 8n every way imaginable and it's only getting wire by the day. Nothing matters anymore.
To add on this, try to find a reason to leave the house every day. Even if it's just to go to the store. I know at the height (low?) of my depression I would just stay in playing video games, never getting dressed, never even showering. I'd say I would do something about it tomorrow, and then the next day became a week, and then a month, and it's just this process of deevolution where you sink deeper and deeper.My only advice on this whole matter is unplugging. I have to keep doing it to keep myself sane. Focus on the people around you. Try to reconnect with people in your life you've lost touch with. This has helped me immensely lately. The world is a God damn nightmare and social media only exacerbates it.
This seems like the perfect opportunity to post an "Amazon is instructing me to ask a family member to violate account security . . . ."omfg Amazon customer service is dumb as rocks
My (80 year old) grandmother sent me a package by accident from amazon. I am trying to return it to them, and they can only associate a return label with her account and expect me to just log in to her account to print it even though she literally lives 2000 miles away from me and I don't want to make her share passwords with me if she doesn't want to. She forwarded me the email, but it does me no good because it doesn't even have a picture of the shipping label, just the link associated with her account.
I'm not even going to get in to trying to get her to make a pdf or jpg of the printing label. It is not going to work out. Then Amazon tells me to get her password and log in to her account. Great Amazon, way to promote account security there. So now I'm just going to sit here on the support chat and be obstinate about it until they find a way for me to get it without having to get my grandmother's password.
I'm just getting my degree this year, at 34. My mother? She got her teaching degree in her 40's and a masters after that. My current professor didn't start his doctorate until '99 and that was after decades of doing stuff like working at paper mills, running gun ranges, and more. I've had classmates older than me just starting out.But I am afraid that with 34 im too old, since I would be almost 37 when im done with the course.