lets put it in simple terms.
For every primary action (intentional or otherwise), there is a reaction (could be negative or positive). Fundamental law of physics. Fact of life. We should learn to deal with it.
Pasimplehin pa natin.
Lets say merong taong nag-videoke (nag-magic sing, yay!) sa kanyang condo...sya ay kumakanta ng..(ehem)"My way?"...
ang tanging intensyon ay aliwin ang kanyang sarili o barkada o pamilya (after a hard days work)...
hindi nya alam na sa kanyang kalapit condo, merong mga natutuwa...
pero meron ding mga nadisgusto (nasagasaan) sa boses nya...
yung mga nadisgusto ay sumigaw ng: "Hoy! magpatulog ka naman!!"
.. at yung kumakanta naman ay sumagot ng: "Hoy ka din! pakialam ko sa inyo, basta masaya ako/kami!"....
.. so ano ang solusyon upang ma-resolba ito? Ah Tama... 'komunikasyon' lang siguro, gumawa ng "tulay" , mag-usap ang magkabilang kampo..
..nang sa gayun ay magkaroon ng kompromiso.
....imo ganito lang to eh.
exactly. I agree. Both side should hear each other out. Several reasons have been given... but i guess everyone is just so pre occupied to prepare for counter attacks, and defense, and we have neglected a fundamental way of communication, and that is to listen.
Instead parang bastusan ang nagyayari. Vindictive words have been hurled and accusations were thrown against each other, for some they even have the guts to point fingers and claim that the destruction of the medical profession as a whole can solely be blamed because of the so-called "md-rns", that their lack of good reputation can be explained because of "those selfish doctors who went into nursing" . Where in fact one of the reasons presented , aside from several ones, mostly it is for greener pasteur...
Is respect a higly volatile word now a days? Or is it because some people are just ailen to it?
Well, i cant blame other people outside the medical profession, if they mock doctors or even look down at us.
How would you expect "others" to respect the medical profession, if some doctors look down at their fellow doctors, mock their own kind. How do we expect to gain their trust and confidence if we are laughing at our brothers and sisters in the medical field, and even persecute them.
to quote one member:
"to tell you ANG BABA BABA ng tingin ng mga tao sa doktor! is that something to be proud of!
kung pinili mong magnurse, manahimik k nalang kasi nakakahiya ka! being MD to RN is not something to proud of!"
Do we deserve this kind of persecution? Does anyone deserve this kind of treatment? Again maybe because, respect is highly alienated for some... And so why would I, or even the whole medical profession deserve the respect we're itching to achieve if we cant even give it to our brothers and sisters in the profession.... Just a thought.
Reasons have been layed over and over again, several times in different threads, different articles have been written about this so called md-rn phenomenon. But the "righteous ones" dont even try to understand why this is happening. Then , there could never be a reason sufficient enough for them to understand this phenomenon. And so i rest my case.