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That's a good question. I can only voice my opinion here. I go to a support group at University of Miami and we have a lot of hep patients who attend. We meet every week and usually have a minimum of 20 patients to a maximum of 35. They are a good mix at different stages of the disease and some are treating and some are not. I've never seen any of them act inappropriately. I have seen inappropriate behavior on certain message boards though. I've been attending this group for 3 years so I would think I'd see something if it were a trait of Hep C. But you know what the Chinese say. The liver is the seat of anger. ROFLMAO.

If I were you I'd have to ask myself what my blame was in the situation. How did this person get along with the people she or he worked with? And the fact that no one else minded would be a clue that maybe you are just too sensitive and maybe that is just the way he/she spoke.

I wish you good luck in your new job. Can you tell us about it?
Hi,

Yeah, I checked my sensitivity level, and this is much more. Noone should have to watch someone berate another person just because "it's who they are." I just don't understand it, and if someone hasn't commented on it, they either have learned to walk away, shut down, or don't care enough to comment on it. I cared. Alot. I respected this person to the extent that I can truly say I loved the whole family. So bringing it up was necessary if only for the sake of our relationship.
But that was then and this is now. I was scooped up the very next day to not only carry on what I was doing, but have been allotted funds to travel and more training. Imagine that! To receive training with respect. Who'd thunk it was possible.

Anyway, thanks for listening. I was concerned only about the possibility that I was responding to someone whose personality was the result of sickness. Either way, I forgive the person and grace abounds.

Tayah



[QUOTE=2003__SusieQ]That's a good question. I can only voice my opinion here. I go to a support group at University of Miami and we have a lot of hep patients who attend. We meet every week and usually have a minimum of 20 patients to a maximum of 35. They are a good mix at different stages of the disease and some are treating and some are not. I've never seen any of them act inappropriately. I have seen inappropriate behavior on certain message boards though. I've been attending this group for 3 years so I would think I'd see something if it were a trait of Hep C. But you know what the Chinese say. The liver is the seat of anger. ROFLMAO.

If I were you I'd have to ask myself what my blame was in the situation. How did this person get along with the people she or he worked with? And the fact that no one else minded would be a clue that maybe you are just too sensitive and maybe that is just the way he/she spoke.

I wish you good luck in your new job. Can you tell us about it?[/QUOTE]





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