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What if the Lasik institute has not provided you with all information related to the procedure but has taken a signature just before the operation stating that all details of procedures have been explained to me and also their comparisons?
That is not a proper Informed Consent. First, the procedure has to be explained to the patient. Second, the patient needs to be informed of the potential risks and co-morbidities that might be associated with the procedure. Third, the informed consent needs to be in understandable format and indicate the ophthalmologist who will be performing the Lasik procedure.A patient usually does not sign an Informed Consent to undergo a medical procedure without having it explained to the patient’s satisfaction and understanding. In this particular scenario, the patient has acknowledged, by signing, that all of the required proceedings of the Informed Consent had been followed and has agreed to any terms stated therein.If the procedure had not been done and if there is still any questions or doubts whatsoever about it or the staff managing the case, the best thing to do is to walk away.
How does one keep on holding to that faith, the incredible belief, the undefying hope that things will eventually turn out to be good when all that has happened till date has never gone the way you would have liked it to be?
Adopt a religion and blindly put all your faith in it's god to make things alright for you.Jokes apart the absofuckinglute truth is things will eventually not turn out to be good, anyone who tells you that is selling bull feces at the nearby supermarket as a day job.Things as a matter of fact will keep getting worse and worse. Life will punch you in the face till you fall down, then stomp you into the ground if you let it. That my friend is the truth.The point is you can just pray for your god or miracle worker to come down and pick you up or you can take things into your own hands and start fighting back.You can get back up and struggle ahead instead of being stomped upon. Not wait for things to go the way you would like it to go and rather seize the opportunity and make most of it and most importantly not give up on anything till things start going the way you desired.Hard work and perseverance,  trust me that there is the the only god in whose basket you can put all your faith coins in. What I say isn't easy and good things aren't either but if you really want them bad trust me it all will be worth it.
How are US Citizens so in the dark as to their country's economic drives behind their wars, when even their own media once reported it faithfully? Do they just not pay attention until the issue has been rephrased for war?
Americans are intentionally raised not to think critically or to be inquisitive. From cradle to grave, from Barney the Dinosaur to the college professor to the televangelist, we are brought up to be easily distracted, entertainment-minded tax cattle. Beyond that, I really don't know what to tell you. Bill Hicks the comedian was dead on with his “Hey America, shut up, buy this!” spiel.
With the all UK political parties really looking out for themselves & not the Country, would you vote for a party that told the truth, good or bad when it came to fixing the problems we know the UK has?
Obviously the answer to that is “Yes”. Unfortunately, the truth is not as cut and dried and immutable as people think. It’s very hard for people to see “the truth” because our perception of reality is a) imperfect and b) open to interpretation. There are plenty of very well-meaning and passionate people in politics who strive mightily for what they consider to be “true”, and yet they find themselves disagreeing with each other, often virulently. If there was but one obvious “truth” that would logically never happen.Consider just one aspect. Green politics. It is true that the Earth’s resources are logically finite. It is true that as a species we are using those resources rashly and certainly beyond their replacement rates. It is true that we are abusing the planet. However, it is also true that the planet abuses us. It is true that we need those resources to maintain ourselves and that without them many millions are going to live short and unpleasant lives. It is also true that technology means that our ability to discover and utilise resources expands at a very high rate. So which “truth” do you believe should have precedence?Whatever answer you give will be, at least in part, dependent on your personal circumstances. If you are sitting at a comfy chair in front of a computer with a central heating system and a well-stocked refrigerator within easy reach I would venture it will be a different answer from someone stirring a pot over a dung fire containing a thin soup of barely edible vegetation. Similarly, if your knowledge of these issues was perfect it would be very easy to discern what to do, but of course it isn’t. It can’t be.
If you’ve found out that your friend has been spreading false information to his other friends (which you don’t know) that you & him were in a relationship even though you know that it’s not true, how would you feel? How would you solve the issue?
Talk to your friend. Ask him.What you’ve done is listen to rumours about your friend. Do you realise how weird this is, you paying attention to rumours that claim your friend is spreading rumours about you?If you dislike the spread of false information, then the first thing you need to do is stop listening to rumours, and go straight to the source.The source is your friend. Only he knows what he has said, and to whom, and why.He’s your friend, isn’t he? Then trust him to tell the truth. That’s better than believing rumours.Your friend knows what he’s said about you. Strangers on Quora don’t.If it turns out that your friend really betrayed your trust, then don’t view him as a friend any longer. But ask yourself whether you yourself are really a loyal friend.You really need to learn to talk to, and listen to, the people who are really concerned, instead of rumour-mongers and strangers. :-)
How do I tell all my friends I'm lesbian and not bisexual. I'm 14 and I don't want to lose all my friends when they find out I've been lying about liking a boy?
Well, not to be cliche, but if they’re your real friends, they wouldn’t leave you for being in the closet. Most people (I’m talking about the teenage demographic) would be acceptable to a person who is just starting to come to terms with their sexual identity. If anything, assuming that they aren’t homophobic, they would be happy to be told about your sexuality, since some people never share at all. The only advice I can give you is to only tell them when you’re ready to share, don’t feel pressured.
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