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Re: Changing insomnia meds myco

Posted by bleauberry on April 1, 2009, at 17:36:01

In reply to Re: Changing insomnia meds bleauberry, posted by myco on March 29, 2009, at 14:38:35

>I may have to, and believe me I hate this idea as its deceitful, get another gp on the side who isn't aware of my Nardil use.
> myco
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I do not see that as deceitful. For your own life and your own health, career, marriage, devotion, gotta do what you gotta do for the good of everything involved. In this case, no one suffers from the supposed deceipt. There are no victims. No one is hurt. In fact, someone is helped. This particular case of deceipt causes goodness rather than evilness.

So yes, on the surface it appears deceitful, but when no one is hurt, there are no victims, and no harm has been done to anyone, is that really deceipt?

I do not view any doctor as a god anyway. So if they are slightly deceived for the sake of my own health, I think my true God will forgive me of that.

Just my opinion though.




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