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  • Sep 5 '15

    First of all, for full disclosure, I am a Catholic Christian. I think it is horrible how some of your co-workers treated you. Beliefs or not, you are a human being and people have no right to belittle you for your beliefs. If anything, it is completely un-Christian. That being said, I respect that you feel strongly that you do not wish to mislead anyone by pretending to hold beliefs you do not have and asking someone who is of similar faith to pray with your patient. I think that is ideal and is respectful to both your patient and yourself. If there are not people with that you could ask (without a snarky answer), taking the time to be present to your patient in a moment of silence seems like the best solution. Like others who posted, I would not recommend leading a prayer for something you don't believe in. You must be true to yourself.

  • Aug 26 '15

    First of all, for full disclosure, I am a Catholic Christian. I think it is horrible how some of your co-workers treated you. Beliefs or not, you are a human being and people have no right to belittle you for your beliefs. If anything, it is completely un-Christian. That being said, I respect that you feel strongly that you do not wish to mislead anyone by pretending to hold beliefs you do not have and asking someone who is of similar faith to pray with your patient. I think that is ideal and is respectful to both your patient and yourself. If there are not people with that you could ask (without a snarky answer), taking the time to be present to your patient in a moment of silence seems like the best solution. Like others who posted, I would not recommend leading a prayer for something you don't believe in. You must be true to yourself.

  • Aug 26 '15

    First of all, for full disclosure, I am a Catholic Christian. I think it is horrible how some of your co-workers treated you. Beliefs or not, you are a human being and people have no right to belittle you for your beliefs. If anything, it is completely un-Christian. That being said, I respect that you feel strongly that you do not wish to mislead anyone by pretending to hold beliefs you do not have and asking someone who is of similar faith to pray with your patient. I think that is ideal and is respectful to both your patient and yourself. If there are not people with that you could ask (without a snarky answer), taking the time to be present to your patient in a moment of silence seems like the best solution. Like others who posted, I would not recommend leading a prayer for something you don't believe in. You must be true to yourself.



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