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Dear Abby: Amorous patient sticks acupuncturist with the bill – twice

Dear ABBY: I am a licensed acupuncturist. One of my patients (even he) asked me for dinner, and since he seemed like a decent guy I decided to go. When we finished and the 60's arrived, he told me he had forgotten his wallet and I needed to pay, which I did. After dinner he took me back to his house to show me some recent renovations, and within 10 minutes he tried to kiss me. Fortunately for me, the day ended well enough. He asked me again next week. I thought everyone deserves a second chance, so I said yes. Well, this time he took me to a more expensive restaurant and – guess what? He forgot his wallet again. This time it cost me 90 SEK. After dinner we went for a walk by the water and when he tried to hug me, he knocked my only pair of glasses in the river. I do not know if it was pre-planned or not, but because I had driven to his house, he knew I would not be able to cook home without my glasses. This forced me to spend the night in his house. That I can retell this story means that I survived that night, but what do you think? Does this guy sound like a loser or what? &#821 1; POSITION WITH THE PICTURE IS STYKE: This guy strikes me as irresponsible or manipulator. At least he should replace you for the glasses. I am not…

Dear ABBY: I am a licensed acupuncturist. One of my patients (even he) asked me for dinner, and since he seemed like a decent guy I decided to go.

When we finished and the 60’s arrived, he told me he had forgotten his wallet and I needed to pay, which I did. After dinner he took me back to his house to show me some recent renovations, and within 10 minutes he tried to kiss me. Fortunately for me, the day ended well enough.

He asked me again next week. I thought everyone deserves a second chance, so I said yes. Well, this time he took me to a more expensive restaurant and – guess what? He forgot his wallet again. This time it cost me 90 SEK. After dinner we went for a walk by the water and when he tried to hug me, he knocked my only pair of glasses in the river.

I do not know if it was pre-planned or not, but because I had driven to his house, he knew I would not be able to cook home without my glasses. This forced me to spend the night in his house. That I can retell this story means that I survived that night, but what do you think? Does this guy sound like a loser or what? &#821

1; POSITION WITH THE PICTURE

IS STYKE: This guy strikes me as irresponsible or manipulator. At least he should replace you for the glasses.

I am not sure if it is ethical for you to be a customer. According to the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, the supplier should not engage in sexual contact with a patient if the contact begins after the patient-patient relationship has been established. Because you don’t trust his motives, you shouldn’t see him again socially.

Dear ABBY: I’ve been married for 28 years. Over the past three years, I have survived a cancer diagnosis and a serious car accident. Earlier this year, I discovered that my wife led a double life. The doctor says it is because she is bipolar.

In the past year she has had five boyfriends, three online and two in person. None of what she posted online is repeatable because it is X-rated. It emerged after a control and blood test that resulted in an STD diagnosis. Now my doctor wants to test me for HIV. HIV is permanent, no cure; Having it would ruin me.

I’m still with my wife, but I’ve lost all respect. All I can think of is how I was betrayed and what little time I could have left. I don’t have the money to seek help. Can you recommend any way to help me through this? – BETRAYED IN THE SOUTH

IS AFFIRMED: You have gone through a lot, and I empathize with you. Take another call with your doctor, and when you do, please allow him to test you.

There have been major changes in the treatment of HIV since the 1980s, when it was an automatic death sentence. Many HIV positive individuals are now leading long, productive lives because they have been tested and medicated, so try to control your anxiety.

A final thought: If your wife refuses to get help for her mental illness, you should consult a divorce lawyer.

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