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Posted by: anonymous
2021-09-04 04:29:22
ID: 67659
In response to a confession. Eh, I have an acquaintance who has a fake vax card solely so she can travel out of the country. And she's been traveling a lot. She now has COVID. I'm not laughing, but I'm certainly smirking, and also really pissed that she exposed a lot of people because she wanted to have fun. I'm also shaking my head at people I know who live in an area where people refuse to vax AND refuse to wear masks, but are now crying over losing family and friends to the virus.
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Posted by: anonymous
2021-09-04 01:46:45
ID: 67658
Doctors are wrong, often. They don't know everything. That's why they call it practicing medicine. Doctors used to recommend smoking cigarettes, people trusted them then. Doctors also said sugar, meth, and tapeworms help you lose weight. They used to prescribe heroin for pain management. It takes time for them to learn the long-term effects. The covid vaccine hasn't even been out for a year, so there's no way to know the long-term effects it can have. People say "oh you don't believe in science" The whole thing about science is that it is always changing. It's not wrong for people to wait on more long-term data on something they are injecting into their bodies that could kill them or cause other health issues. The same could be said about Covid, but that is the person's choice and it's none of anyone's business, especially since the vaccine only helps the person who gets it.
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Posted by: anonymous
2021-09-02 12:43:38
ID: 67649
In response to a confession. Why? He's not refusing to treat them. For decades, there have been pediatricians who have refused to treat children who are unvaccinated. And doctors all the time will refuse to schedule appointments for patients that don't have insurance or who have an outstanding bill or who are just downright difficult people. If her DH is an ER doctor and refuses to treat someone, that's different. But I don't think that's the case. And in many hospitals now, they ARE refusing non-vaccinated people from ICUs and ERs because if they only have 2 beds, and there are 10 people who need them, they are going to choose the patients with the best possible chance of reecovery, which is NOT unvaccinated COVID patients. But this is the situation they created, so they can't really be upset about it. And I don't understand why people who don't trust doctors to know how to prevent COVID suddenly trust them to treat it.
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Posted by: anonymous
2021-09-01 18:32:52
ID: 67647
In response to a confession. Your husband should have his license to practice medicine taken from him. Regardless of his or anyone else views, he took a hippocratic oath of ethics.
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Posted by: anonymous
2021-09-01 18:00:10
ID: 67472
I just now realized a cruel streak in my husband that never reared its ugly head til now. He is a doctor and hates anti-vaxxers, and now that all the states with low vax rates are getting hit from the scary Delta virus, he is having a field day laughing.....WTF?? He is actually laughing that so many people are dying but he says it serves them right and we are "culling the herd". I feel like leaving him..
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Posted by: anonymous
2021-08-31 22:11:53
ID: 67644
In response to a confession. Can you say what your meds are?
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Posted by: anonymous
2021-08-20 13:37:32
ID: 67603
I have a confession and it's so top secret I can't even post it here. But it's good news. Soon the cat will fully be out of the bag and I'll be able to share how fricking excited I am. :D
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Posted by: anonymous
2021-08-14 12:58:18
ID: 67570
Got my dad in assisted living. All seemed well for a month. Picked him up this week for a doc appointment and he was a mess! Stumbling, fatigued, short of breath. Doc wouldn’t admit him and I took him home and sat while he slept for three hours. He work up alert and hungry. Turns out my dad may very well be abusing his pain meds. Of course he gets pissy and his defense is ‘what difference does it make if I am? I’m almost 87.’
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Posted by: anonymous
2021-08-12 17:18:46
ID: 67563
In response to a confession. Congrats! Or perhaps a bike, helmet, and lock?
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Posted by: anonymous
2021-08-06 22:31:22
ID: 67551
because my new meds are appetite suppressors, i have to be weighed every sunday afternoon to make sure i am not losing too much weight. i am already on the underweight side medically because of some disordered eating in the past and my family knows this. yesterday my dad told me to go binge because i was getting weighed in a couple days to make sure i wasn't losing weight. this is the same man who used to yell at my sibling and i for snacking during the day.
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