I have had the same doctor for 7 years now. He is a wonderful person. A person I look up to. He has been put through hell and back. A wonderful father. I believe his wife (ex now) had mental health concerns like I do. Well, I wrote him to apologize the other night I was so rude at the ER. Not to him but, his coleague and his nurses. (I twisted my ankle and was hurting and really snappy to everyone). Anyways, I wrote to him on another site and apologized. We have shared brief words in the past. Sometimes when I talk to him I feel better. I don't mean this in a crush sorta way. Like a big brother as I am married and love my husband with all my heart and soul. But, this guy is so nice. So anyways my question is this. Do doctors have to not have friendships with patients? Is that wrong? I don't want to bug him if that is the case. I feel awkward but, just wanted to ask cuz I don't want to over step my boundaries.
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