Doctor Confession

I am a doctor. In medical school, there were about 15 students who viciously bullied me for years, and I was terrified but never reported it. Years later, I mailed letters to the hospitals describing all their actions, and they were kicked out of their residency programs and lost their medical license. To be honest, I should have done this sooner, because no one wants a doctor who is a violent bully...correct?

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  • Way to go!!! People who do not know how to behave with the proper courtesy and respect to their fellow human beings do not deserve to be in a position where they are responsible for others' well being. It serves all of them right, and hopefully they've learned a lesson and have become better people for it.

  • It does not matter what their profession is bullying is wrong. I am not sure if you actually did anything as it sounds a bit of a stretch that they would lose their license. None the less it shows that bullying has it's effects, you are a grown adult and yet what happened still hurts you. My son dealt with bullying when he was very young, then he grew and he grew and the bullys weren't any bigger than him. Everyone would like to hear that he kicked their asse, but he is better than that. He simply told them to their face that they were the ones who lost out because of their poor conduct.

  • yea i highly doubt they had their licenses removed. And just because they were a bully deosnt make them a bad doctor. Also people change...I was bullied constantly at school but when i went to my reunion all the bullies had become well pretty much losers and i looekd at them and Karma had come back around.

    So I think what you did was selfish and pathetic

  • It was a bit drastic. A bully can still pioneer surgery methods and other observations. They probably didn't move out of the industry but just started over someplace new.

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