Daughter at the pediatrician’s office


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UM
C At the pediatrician’s office, my 12 old month daughter has a fever. After he examined her, he comes back to his desk to write down a prescription, stops, says she is throwing a tantrum and take her out from my arms to put her in a closed corridor. And then he comes back to his desk.
T I am not quite sure what the pediatrician just did
F Taken aback
A I look at him and ask him if he just put her in a dark closed corridor
R I ask him questions to understand what just happened

UM
C At the pediatrician’s office, my 12 old month daughter has a fever. After he examined her, he comes back to his desk to write down a prescription, stops, says she is throwing a tantrum and take her out from my arms to put her in a closed corridor. And then he comes back to his desk.
T He went beyond the respect boundaries I put for my daughter
F Angry
A I told him that she will remember what he did and that will not help to calm her for a next time if she comes back
R I tell the pediatrician the boundaries towards my daughter

IM
C At the pediatrician’s office, my 12 old month daughter has a fever. After he examined her, he comes back to his desk to write down a prescription, stops, says she is throwing a tantrum and take her out from my arms to put her in a closed corridor. And then he comes back to his desk.
T I can change of pediatrician
F Relieved
A I ask my neighbor if she has any recommendations
R I move away from my anger and start to look for another option

IM
C At the pediatrician’s office, my 12 old month daughter has a fever. After he examined her, he comes back to his desk to write down a prescription, stops, says she is throwing a tantrum and take her out from my arms to put her in a closed corridor. And then he comes back to his desk.
T He does not know to control his emotions despite all of his years of medical school
F Curious
A I start thinking of the benefits he could get by paying attention to his emotions
R I change my perspective of seeing the doctor as a human being before all