Dating my doctor
Dr Surendra Kumar, a GP who practises in Widnes, Cheshire, said: ‘Consider the powers of the doctor.
This is the only profession of which a member can ask a person to take their clothes off and find the request usually met with few questions and no resistance.’But Dr Tony Grewal, a senior GP who practises in West London, said the watchdog ‘should not limit the capacity of two consenting adults to explore a relationship’.
You could close this part of the conversation by saying, "thanking people is a personal value of mine and I think it is too often overlooked in today's society." This will give you an opportunity to change the subject by talking about the values he teaches his own child or how sometimes it may be difficult to teach children values in a fast-paced society, etc.
The point is that you are encouraging him to share information with you about himself.
Maybe the gal hurt her back while mountain biking or the guy was getting treatment for his shoulder which he injured while surfing.
Then again, I might just have a pretty wild imagination.
I was extremely interested in my ophthalmologist from the day I met him.
I also work in the healthcare field and am very aware of the unwritten rules and boundaries of the physician-patient relationship.
They were quite obviously flirting with each other. First they made eyes at each other, then progressed to smiles and by the time I was called back to the examination room, the two were exchanging flirty quips.
I was receiving treatment for a spill I took a few weeks back while dog sitting.