Posted on January 26, 2012. Filed under: Uncategorized |


Originally posted on It shouldn't happen in health care:

As I get a tiny bit older (not old, just older), I realise my perception of time isn’t quite right.  I see the patients date of birth and think…oooh they were born in 1994, and I look down the corridor expected some little kid with bunches and a cute smile.  Instead I am grunted at by a spotty, 6ft teenager…

My heart sinks…I like seeing cute kids, they are easier to communicate with than teenagers.  I realise the teenager is without parent….my heart sinks further…  I realise the teenager has bought one or more friends with her, there is a dull thud as my heart sinks so far it falls out of my shoe.

This happens on a regular basis, these “kids” are sexually active… and they want to see me to talk about “it“…kill me, kill me now…

Actually that gives the wrong impression.  I like educating people…

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Sorry to reblog, but it’s a good un. Hope you don’t mind…I haven’t forgot about you, just scaresly have time!

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Kim Lee


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