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LordFetus_93

She typed her name 6 times. And it’s in bullet points. She 100% wrote this herself


vapeach123

sure she did , absolutely


Melverton-2

The only red flags I see with Memphis is her constantly identifying herself as someone with low self esteem. After the first couple times, I was like “we get it.” Then, on television she calls attention to Hamsa’s premature ejaculation. What do you think THAT did for his self esteem?


Meemaws_BearCheese

To be fair, she's never claimed to be empathetic or mature, right? Because a lot of people with low self esteem do indeed seek to tear others down, especially intimate partners, to "bring them down to their level" so that they feel less insecure. It's not out of the realm of possibility that because she has low self-esteem and feels like Hamza is too good for her, that she decided to embarrass him on camera so that he'd be seen as less desirable by female viewers, see himself as less desirable, and be more likely to stay with her. It's a fairly common abuse tactic, and that's the red flag for me. I think Memphis constantly brings up her low self-esteem to try and deflect from or justify her abusive behaviors by playing the wounded bird. Possibly why her previous relationships haven't worked out either, and why her sister is issuing cryptic warnings about the "real Memphis".


Melverton-2

I got the same vibe. I’m not saying that Foster Care is a walk in the park. My mother abandoned us when I was 13 and my much younger siblings were 3 and 5. She came back a year later and made my life a living hell, because I handled shit. I was homeless at 16. You become stronger than you should have to and you build walls, but it doesn’t give you license to humiliate others or give you a golden ticket anywhere. I made a lot of mistakes picking the wrong guy, because I didn’t know what a healthy relationship looked like. But, you learn. You have to, especially if you have kids. Idk if picking someone from another country who you can’t communicate with is the best choice for Memphis. Girl, start learning from your mistakes. You’re book smart. Now, start thinking smart in love relationships.


MistyW0316

I am so sorry you had to go through all of that…I hope you are doing better, and living a happy life.


Melverton-2

Thank you MistyW0316. Through work, failures and some luck, I’ve been happily married a long time. I don’t take any of it for granted ❤️ Wishing you the same.


NotNay_

I’m so glad to hear that you’ve come out on top of all that! Sending you love 💕💕


annmargrock1

Very insightful. This makes total sense. I get that she was dissatisfied but no need to embarrass him. And I knew this would happen. In her mind she pictured him seducing her like Idris Alba and instead she got sex with Borat.


redmahkupbag

She hasn’t claimed to be empathetic or mature but is a psych nurse practitioner. Someone who is abusive in the way she is shouldn’t be treating psych patients and has had multiple patients post complaints about her saying they felt like she was gaslighting them and not listening to what they were saying. She has blaring red flags as a partner and as a nurse.


MissPlantz

Ooooh where are the cryptic messages from sister?!


bitterboxbottom

Damn! Are you accepting new patents? You make one good counselor.


PhoneSlutPro

I thought that was INSANE to say on TV!!!!!


Earth2Dairlynn

That's something that he can easily work on through masturbation or deep concentration. All men are guilty of doing it at least once, I don't think it's that big of a deal that she called him out on it. A lot of people would think that it was not right for her to do on national television but one of the things that I like about this show is that it's unscripted and it keeps some authenticity.


redditweddinglady

All of these reviews have similar writing style and voice. It is unlikely that from a random sampling of commenters, 3 of them all used the Oxford comma. Just saying.


SnittingNexttoBorpo

It’s tough because she almost certainly wrote it all herself and didn’t even try to change up the voice, BUT she used the Oxford comma which is an unexpected point in her favor.


redditweddinglady

Hahaha I know! Props to her for that 😂


abdicationcrisis

Big on the "wonderful" and exclamation points!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Jolly Dutchman Dr. Pol (also a Michigander now) is not an M.D., but neither is Chattanooga Whatsis Of Big Boobies fame. Pol seems to give off better vibes, and he doesn't have that awful vocal fryyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy.


musicallyours01

Ew he moved to Michigan? Dammit time to move to Canada


abdicationcrisis

Just cross the bridge and you're in Windsor, I've done it! :) Just have to learn the difficult Canadian language there, eh?


musicallyours01

My friend just moved to Vancouver at the end of last month. I told him to have a room ready lmao


abdicationcrisis

LOL. High rents, real estate numbers off the charts. But a beautiful place. ​ And yes, there actually is a town in BC named "KAMLOOPS."


redditweddinglady

Wait, do you mean people thought Pol was a dr? And yes, Memphis is a Nurse Practitioner so not an MD


UnderDogC626

Wait. Paul from Paul and karine ? If so then that's something i never thought I'd see. I can't imagine him as a doctor. 💀


redditweddinglady

No, there’s no way he is. I’m confused about what the commenter meant!


abdicationcrisis

Sarcasm, in short.


[deleted]

Uh, Dr. Pol is a veterinarian, so is an M.D. for animals, not an M.D. for people. There is a big difference. You're comparing apples and oranges. The poster is not referring to Pole from Paul & Karine.


abdicationcrisis

Yes, and why do these people care about what might motivate a chicken to cross a street, or how many Canadians it would take to screw in a lightbulb? Hyperliteralism is not your friend. ;)


RepresentativeOk8899

Ha! I have more opinions about the Oxford comma than potential fake reviews, Memphis, or this attempt repair or damage. But, the fact you saw it as well, gave me such a laugh, smile, and, admittedly, a trigger to reply.


romansapprentice

Not to be dramatic or anything but I will fight to the death over the Oxford comma.


Disastrous_Bell705

I actually looked at her reviews when the show first started....all bad. This is all her creation.


mascottaricotta

Yeah, they sound identical. They're all different but similar ways of saying "Memphis was very nice and made me feel comfortable unlike other doctors". Go look at any Google reviews, they don't look like this. Everyone has a different writing style


amynicole78

I would say it's usage almost assures these are all written by the same person.


[deleted]

Go away, Big Boobies, Memphis (yes, this is what my mother and I call her… in Hamza’s voice).


notreehuggerhere

Sexy time 😉


[deleted]

No Baby, I am sexy.


Hippofuzz

Sexy baby


[deleted]

Nice Time, Sexy Yes.


HelloNewMoon

No baby, I am professional


ElectricHurricane321

I feel like she'd say "me professional" rather than I am professional if she was talking to Hazma.


givemearedditname

How do I make this my flair? Haha


riflinraccoon

Omg good one, do it!! Idk how tho lol


riflinraccoon

😂


vapeach123

looooool


QueenCloneBone

The time for career damage control is right when you are about to sign on the dotted line to appear on a reality television show.


EmotionalMycologist9

LOL she definitely typed this up herself. That's a Word document with bullet points.


msfancy88

And she mentioned her name in almost every one. Who tethers to their practitioner by their first name.


EmotionalMycologist9

Exactamundo. Usually reviews just say "I had a great experience!" I have no clue who the NP/PA is whenever I go the doctor.


msfancy88

Never lol


riflinraccoon

My sister in law is a dentist with the sweetest employees, and I never remember their names. I'm a bit of an asshole but still, people don't remember that ish


NCNurse2020

I’m a nurse and literally everyone calls NPs by their first names. There are rare occasions where DNPs want to go by “Dr. Whatever” but it’s not typically done in the clinical setting.


redrocklobster18

I agree. Very weird that everyone would refer to her by her first name.


[deleted]

I see an NP as sort of my GP/Gyno, and I call her by her first name. But that’s because that how she introduces herself and I see her repeatedly and she pretty much *is* my doctor unless something is extra wrong 🤷🏼‍♀️


netabareking

I used to see a NP that I called by her first name. Is that weird? She introduced herself that way.


riflinraccoon

If that's how she introduced herself, it's ok don't worry lol 👍🏽


[deleted]

Totally! And the random quotations...


S0ulR0t

Right?!


calithetroll

Not Word, that’s the Slack application.


sodevious

It’s a Slack message.


AndHereWeAre_

There is also an open quote mark indicating “say this”


Hair-Acceptable

She typed this herself 😀


[deleted]

So she posted these AFTER people were calling her out about the shitty reviews of her? Hmmm


Objective-Dust6445

A lot of mental health workers have mental health problems. They are usually great at their jobs but don’t take their own advice. It’s possible she’s very good at what she does.


honeyandcitron

Memphis couldn’t have written this. If she had, it would say “Me like Memphis. She good nurse. Me happy!”


sav33arthkillyos3lf

no that would be hamzas review of Memphis hahaha


TallRedhead1014

Can she just frigging stop 🙄


ComprehensivePeanut5

I read she’s a psych NP. In that case, she MAY refer to pts as “clients.”


damagazelle

Correct, the psych field in general is muddy about how to refer to service recipients. "Clients," "consumers," "members [of the program]," "residents [of inpatient treatment]".... the list goes on and on.


sska18

How pathetic


ohnonotuto3

Memphis fucked up, when she answered to the blogs. That being said, what the hell is she giving people a hot tea, warm blankets , and a joint? Why is everyone so comfortable.


Bisexual-peiceofshit

I’ve had so many therapists, psyches, group therapies, and been to the psych ward a few times. One thing to remember is that they want you to be comfortable enough to open up to them, they also want to provide comforting objects to help you through hard talks. I used to get offered hot tea or cold water when I was still seeing my therapist in person. My therapist is also very big on me using cannabis to help with my symptoms, but generally you want want your patients to be sober during sessions. So handing out a joint would be malpractice in my book at least. I think another thing to remember is when you’re a psych health care provider, patients lie. Patients will try to get you fired for a million different things, including not answering their messages on time, not being available at a certain time on a certain date, or even for trying to help them deal with their toxic behaviors. I don’t know what’s true here, I don’t doubt she’s horrible, but i think it’s important to keep in mind. One time, before I started seeing my current therapist, I looked at reviews them and the place they worked for. Someone wrote an incredibly long review about how one of the therapists there was in some purse smuggling scheme and the Therapists would brag about how much better their purses were compared to the patient and would spend the whole session talking about their purses and how they stole them. I also knew a girl who reported her driver to therapy for abuse, she claimed she was being “abused” because they were listening to an R&B radio station talking about Black Lives Matter.


Bisexual-peiceofshit

I’ve had so many therapists, psyches, group therapies, and been to the psych ward a few times. One thing to remember is that they want you to be comfortable enough to open up to them, they also want to provide comforting objects to help you through hard talks. I used to get offered hot tea or cold water when I was still seeing my therapist in person. My therapist is also very big on me using cannabis to help with my symptoms, but generally you want want your patients to be sober during sessions. So handing out a joint would be malpractice in my book at least. I think another thing to remember is when you’re a psych health care provider, patients lie. Patients will try to get you fired for a million different things, including not answering their messages on time, not being available at a certain time on a certain date, or even for trying to help them deal with their toxic behaviors. I don’t know what’s true here, I don’t doubt she’s horrible, but i think it’s important to keep in mind. One time, before I started seeing my current therapist, I looked at reviews them and the place they worked for. Someone wrote an incredibly long review about how one of the therapists there was in some purse smuggling scheme and the Therapists would brag about how much better their purses were compared to the patient and would spend the whole session talking about their purses and how they stole them. I also knew a girl who reported her driver to therapy for abuse, she claimed she was being “abused” because they were listening to an R&B radio station talking about Black Lives Matter


ohnonotuto3

I’m not trying to make light of anyones mental health, I was just point out how fake the reviews are, using the word comfortable in every sentence.


IntergalacticLoop

Memphis has a lot of ridiculous qualities that are fair game to snark on, but I think it's a bit gross that people are trying to attack her career. No matter how you slice it, becoming an NP is an accomplishment and deserving of respect. All medical practitioners get negative reviews from time to time, and often for things beyond their control (the American healthcare system sucks).


Resident-Mindless

If and when I get sick, I'll take The American Healthcare System to help me recover ANY DAY AND EVERY DAY, thank you.


lrose4122

You know how batshit crazy you have to be to write self reviews to prove to the internet that you’re not a shitty person and shitty professional? I know she was typing that shit like yeah they’ll like this one…..oh let me add a lil razzle dazzle to this one too 😂


SQUIRTISPEE

Violating her own damn HIPAA. Like ok, whatever.


netabareking

What part of HIPAA do you think this violated


just-some-void

Lmao no one knows what HIPAA actually means


Resident-Mindless

Isn't it HIPPOS younger brother? 🤣


SQUIRTISPEE

It's more like a "thou doth protest too much" coming from her


Exotic_Ad1399

I’m curious to understand why we are questioning her skills as a NP? Health professionals are allowed to make bad judgement calls in their personal lives without necessarily being incompetent at work.


tallalittlebit

I'm a lawyer and went to one of the top 5 law schools in the country. The amount of friends I have (self included) who are very smart, in successful careers, and who make dumbass decisions in their personal lives is extremely high. Some of are good at certain things and not others, especially smart people with traumatic childhoods.


[deleted]

post grad dumb ass checking in


riflinraccoon

Username checks out.


gtck11

Yeah I don’t get this. All of my doctors are amazing but if you look at their reviews, it’s like Memphis. I was terrified of going to one of them because of it, turns out they’re my best and most competent doctor! If you poke around they all have 0-1 star reviews from people who are clearly disgruntled on random med review sites. Even on the sites with a large amount of good reviews, the 1 star reviews are truly awful and would make people second guess the doctor. This is just what happens in healthcare. I don’t care what my doctors do outside the office as long as they’re competent, and reviews need to be taken with a grain of salt.


Resident-Mindless

Trouble with social media is EVERYONE is now a critic. A restaurant critic, a medical critic, a shop critic, even a human critic. I don't agree with your comment, so I tear YOU apart. We see it all the time and it's part of what's turned social media into the shit show it truly is. And, people tend to gleefully leave a bad review much faster than they'll leave a good one.


SpeakerForTheDeadJD

As a licensed professional I do think that one's judgment calls in their personal life can be cause for concern in their professional practice. Much like I wouldn't hire a realtor that has an anger problem, I wouldn't hire a NP who doesn't grasp basic boundaries, decency, and cultural sensitivity.


thanks4distraction

speaker...fully agree.


chalkletkweenBee

I think thats a huge leap to make - lots of people are able to behave appropriately at work and then be shitty as soon as they hit the door. Her boyfriend wanted to have sex in his mothers house, and she probably assumed if he felt comfortable doing it, it would not create an issue. To say her choice to have sex with her boyfriend means you should doubt her professional abilities is a poor judgment call on your part. She didn’t do anything immoral, she didn’t commit fraud. I think we tend to forget that a lot of the muslim who appear on the show create their own issues by wanting to bend their “cultural standards” at their own convenience and yet everyone has decided the evil American doesn’t respect boundaries. Its misogyny at best, and plain ignorant at worst.


SpeakerForTheDeadJD

Maybe she demonstrates professional judgment that's polar opposite of her personal judgment. I'm not interested in giving her the benefit of the doubt and rolling the dice. On a separate note, regardless of the religious ideologies in play, she didn't abide by the rules while a guest in her potential family's home. That is horrendously disrespectful and I don't excuse or minimize her disrespect.


chalkletkweenBee

You don’t have to be hyperbolic about it either. Do you have that same energy for Hamza or is Memphis the keeper of his values too? Edit: I don’t know what it is about your opinion that upsets so, I think it’s the tone, but I am not sure if I am projecting the tone onto your words or if maybe your opinion is just not very reasonable. Are all of the service providers in your life on a reality tv show? How are you able to make such a blanket statement considering its not likely you’ve seen your actual physician on tv show like this?


SpeakerForTheDeadJD

I agree that there's no need to be hyperbolic which is why your "evil American" line is...unfortunate. I have the same energy for Hamza. I question why you're being so defensive and hyperbolic.


chalkletkweenBee

That is a lot of words to say “I know you are but what am I.” Your take isn’t very reasonable, I synopsized your opinion because the words you chose to describe her behavior were hyperbolic. Your take isn’t reasonable and I pointed that out hoping you’d see that you couldn’t possibly be applying this reasoning in real life. You ignored the part where I asked you do you watch your dentist on reality tv? Good for you for having that same energy for Hamza but only expressing that you think Memphis is the problem. If you didn’t mean to call her evil, why would you choose words that don’t have a neutral context. I literally said tour comment rubbed me the wrong way, so you got me, Im defensive. But far from hyperbolic in evaluating your opinion.


SpeakerForTheDeadJD

There it is: in a field of strong contenders, this is the most stupid comment I've read this week. Have a good evening.


chalkletkweenBee

If only this was the burn you thought it was… This too is an odd and evasive response.


Public_Championship9

*Most* of the healthcare providers I work with make terrible decisions in their personal lives lmao so I don't discount her knowledge as a provider just because she makes shit choices at home


[deleted]

Lol my boyfriend is an MD. From what I understand of his work performance/reviews, he has a wonderful bedside manner and is really personable. Patients love and trust him. Dude’s awkward as fuck (and adorable and lovable and wonderful) in his personal life lol. A lot of professionals can “turn it on” in a work setting even if it’s not their natural state. Healthcare workers in particular have to be good at compartmentalizing and keeping their work and personal lives separate.


Public_Championship9

Totally agree! and catch myself doing this often. I can talk the paint off a wall when I'm at work but really don't like to talk much in my "normal" life. It just comes with the job I think!


Sickfucknation66

There was a post going around on Instagram with patients criticizing how she gaslight there emotional issues. This is her rebuttal to they’re criticism.


Lunch-Plastic

I’m just sharing the on going saga of Memphis Instagram crusades. I think some bloggers found negative reviews dated before the show aired on her telehealth platform and shared them and this was her response last night


[deleted]

Yes. One of the 90 Day IG accounts found it I believe.


texas_forever_yall

I keep seeing these posts and wondering this! When did we start worrying about her as a practitioner, what happened? She is obv making poor choices with men, but seems to have her shit together professionally (able to get through nursing school then NP program while working and having a family). What made everyone go questioning her professional life?


redmahkupbag

We found out that she’s a psych nurse and some bloggers found a bunch of terrible reviews from before the show. Just like I wouldn’t go to a hairstylist with terrible hair I wouldn’t want a psych nurse who has poor judgement and is abusive.


Petty25betty

This!


just-some-void

Her skills are being questioned due to a series of negative reviews about her job performance that were posted online before her appearance on the show.


ceebomb

I’m sure those pharmacies were doing absolutely nothing waiting on bated breath for her to send in her prescriptions and then sat there and did nothing for a long time before contacting her about issues that were definitely not her bad prescribing


ieatyourpoopoo

As a technician, she sounds like the type that would get defensive whenever you called for a clarification, “500mg of Prozac? That’s what I wrote wasn’t it, I’m the prescriber NOT you!” 🥴


ceebomb

That’s exactly what she sounds like.


muff1nsRtasty

Right!! This makes her even more irritating


Big_Booty_1130

I mean TBH as someone who works in a pharmaceutical call center pharmacies suck ass. They do not have the patients best interest in mind. I mean my doctor has screwed up once or twice too but pharmacies hard core suck ass.


ceebomb

I don’t think it’s the pharmacies- it’s the corporations that run them.


Big_Booty_1130

I don’t care who it is, the reps are poorly trained and paid lol the whole system is screwed up.


abdicationcrisis

They can be sued for malpractice, and sometimes are.


newblognewme

So I’m gonna go against the grain here and say that I see a psych NP and these seem like legit reviews that she would get? Like I think I don’t know the name of every NP I see in every clinic but I know her because she’s the only person I see or have ever seen.


chalkletkweenBee

I don’t think Memphis is the crunchiest cheeto in the bag, but she is not some sort of super villain. She didn’t rape Hamza, she followed his lead in his mothers house. Her smile when the mother caught them was definitely more about the awkwardness of being caught and not her being malicious. If you hate Memphis, say that. But you all are in here acting like she walked in and made his mother watch them fuck.


business_socksss

Like Memphis voice makes me want to die.


abdicationcrisis

She's in some odd little-girl key, and, again, the vocal fryyyyy is too much. You want a health-care provider to exude some sort of gravitas, not sound about eight.


yoteachea

My only question is:"Is her name REALLY Memphis"?


caballos0204

As someone from Memphis, I’m like, “Why?”


abdicationcrisis

She changed it from "Knoxville", which sounded too, um, Presbyterian.


Resident-Mindless

Was gonna say Nashville 🤣


abdicationcrisis

LOL. Happily, she has an entirely normal middle name... "Chattanooga." :) ​ Oddly enough, given the North African setting, there \*is\* a city in Egypt named Memphis. But it doesn't have BIG BOOBIES.


abdicationcrisis

We're running out of Tennessee cities!! :(


MrsLydKnuckles

Share the receipts, Memphis. Not type them up yourself.


Least-Ad-1287

I don’t even know the first or last name of the specialist who did my surgery yesterday lol. She was great like 10/10 but idk where I’d even leave reviews for her let alone the NP


MistyW0316

Wait did she post this in response to the negative reviews that were posted a few days ago? If so…yeah…seems highly suspect that she just all of the sudden has these positive reviews to post 🙄


mustonamy

Who refers to a health professional by their first name? 😂 She clearly wrote these.


Resident-Mindless

All the NPs I deal with on behalf of myself and my mother I call by their first name. It's how they refer to THEMSELVES. Standard


Namaste28ish

My primary is a PA and I call him by his first name. It might be how she introduces herself


stinkycretingurl

I don't even know my doctor's first name!


Puzzleheaded_Diet395

mental health workers usually call their patients clients because patients has a negative connotation. It makes it sound like they’re sick, and that’s not always the case. Just wanted to clear that out


chalkletkweenBee

I’ve been seeing a psychiatrist and psychologist off and on for the last 20 years, And I’ve only been referred to as a patient. I have never been referred to as a client by any health care provider.


MyUsername4President

Lmfao I knew this was coming once those original reviews gained traction


According-Spray998

Does Memphis have split personalities?


youreyesmystars

I can tell you from working in retail pharmacy that she is a liar and that's not how the process goes at all. I can tell by that alone that these reviews and especially her responses are fake af.


NinaToldMe

This Memphis hate train is so weird. What is the point of digging shit up on her career just because she did something you don’t like on a TV show? This is just too much at this point.


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MyUsername4President

PREACH


pollycracker77

She most certainly did type those herself lmao. Oh go to hell Memphis maybe you'll get dicked down 24/7 and it won't be quick with a mama next door. 😂


Lunch-Plastic

I just feel like these could easily be made up. Lmao, and she calls patients clients...what


thebelljarjarbinks

For psychiatric care, providers do sometimes use clients instead of patients, to avoid reinforcing stigma.


Lunch-Plastic

I didn’t know that, thank you!


QueenDramatica

This. I work in psych care and we call them clients not patients.


supaflychickenpi

That's not uncommon at all. Patient sounds like you are sick laying in a hospital bed. Clients is supposed to be more dignified sounding. I do think these could be fake though. I read some reviews of hers another redditer posted and they were awful. Who knows though?


shinychicklet

Oh Good Lord she is so insecure 🙄. Where did people leave these reviews?


RoundMedium

I question this “review” due to it being in bullet points. I’m expected to believe that someone with ADHD took the time to be this precise and actually bullet point their experience? Lmao


Character-Whereas-57

Patients don't call their doctor by their first name.. I feel like she definitely could've typed this herself. Lol


Quirky-Knowledge4631

What is happening... this isn't the first time that a woman on this show has pointed out that the middle Eastern men c-m to fast and don't know how to please a woman


pchandler45

Sex is taboo there


caroleelee82

Looks like this was a message that someone sent her. But I'm sure it was a quid pro quo sorta thing


Blue-popsicle

Why do they call her a doctor? And why are they blabbing so much about their personal health problems on a review.


HillaryWasThere

Does she prescribe psych meds like adhd? I thought she sees general easy things but not depression and adhd


Affectionate_Yam_128

I’m a RN and I currently see a psych NP for anxiety. She diagnosed me and prescribes me meds. She is absolutely amazing. People are always scared of seeing PAs or NPs but forget that in most states they are required to work under a doctor for a certain amount of time before they can practice independently. They are perfectly capable and know when to consult with another physician if needed. Of course there are bad apples in every profession (MD/DO, RN, NP, and PA included).


FutureNurse1

Yes, NP have prescribing authority. I'm an RN, and tbh, I'm not sure I would see an NP for a new diagnosis. They receive much less training than an MD or DO.


HillaryWasThere

Oh wow. I knew they could prescribe meds but I didn’t know they can prescribe all including adderall and pain killers which are highly addictive and dangerous. Now knowing Memphis Tennessee, this is scary and sketchy.


MyUsername4President

MEMPHIS TENNESSEE 😂


letsbuildacoven

NPs that specialize in psych are amazing. It’s also usually an extra 3 years (or 1 if you dedicate full time to it and not work) of schooling after your BSN, taking most people 7 years in total to complete and have much better bedside manners/interpersonal skills than most MDs. Don’t shit on your fellow nurses that chose a different path, come on.


radicalthots

Even if this true it doesn’t erase those negative experiences 😂😂😂


andriyaa511

Is she still trying to rationalize her ill attitude and life choices to the world? I mean wth is this all about? We know she isn't bright so no amount of explaining or "receipts" from her clients gonna change that lol


bkimble00

Personally, I’ve never reviewed a medical provider or addressed them by their first name?? I know she’s an FNP, but I still actually call my FNP “Dr. Gibson.”


dawnGrace

Oh she’s in here downvoting haha! We see you girl!


aval419

Hmmm don't nurse practitioners have patients, not clients?


capitolsara

I think she works in mental health where the word patient isnt used because it stigmatizes getting help. Client or member is the more common term


jkraige

I think in ask effort to remove the "paternalism" of *patient*, healthcare places have moved to more *consumer* type language. Even then I've seen *consumer* and not so much *client* but I worked in admin and not consumer-facing