kpinotage95 Posted January 24, 2018 Share Posted January 24, 2018 Until yesterday, I saw a doctor every week for 5 months for a leg injury. Two months ago, I started liking him and lost all interest in the guys I'd been dating. I know it's his job to touch me and be nice, but I still fell for him and secretly wished I could pursue a fwb relationship (but nothing more). He made yesterday's session my last one. I was his last patient of the day, and afterwards I was waiting at the bus stop to go home. It was during rush hour, dark, and very chilly. Coincidentally, he was in his car, two lanes away. There were no cars in the lane separating us. I noticed him because he'd turned his head to look at me a few times. A train was passing in front of us, so he had no choice but to wait. It was one of the most painful 5 minutes I've endured. Luckily, I was able to seek refuge on the bus for 5min before the train passed and the light turned green. What he did (or didn't do) completely dashed the heroic qualities I always attributed to him. I don't know why I expected him to wave at me and offer me a ride (I live in a small town). Normally I have a blasé attitude but this really affected me. I saw him 20+ times, his job was to help me, and he was fine with seeing me stand in the freezing rain for 5 minutes (not so great for my leg) while he sat in his car. I know it's not his responsibility but I've been feeling very disappointed and sad (also I won't ever see him again). What's the quickest way to get over this? 99% of the time, I don't care but this time I really do.. tldr; I saw a doctor every week for 5 months. After my last session, he was in his car and saw me waiting for the bus in freezing weather for 5min. His car was right in front of me. Yet he didn't acknowledge me let alone offer me a ride - we both in the same small town. I have a crush on him and put him on a pedestal, and now I can't help but feel really disappointed (I shouldn't though) and ridiculous. Help! Link to comment
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