|14-12-2009, 12:56 AM||#1|
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So I'm out with the family the other day. I was with my wife taking our daughter to her ballet lessons. We run into another mom and we spark up a conversation. She is a fellow PT working at a private practice in town. Naturally, I engage in some basic "how are things going" discussion.
"Great" she says. Caseload is full. Can barely keep up. She is very excited to be working with a guy in town( a guy I know a bit about....exclusively CST). She is being mentored by him and "learning so much from him...."
She is doing CST.....
So there I am....nodding politely. While inside I want to ask her what she is thinking. But alas...we are out in public with my wife by my side. I say nothing except; "that's great"
Still though, I feel it would be the responsible thing to do to expose the truth about CST to this lady. I mean...perhaps she has no clue?
What do/have others done when faced with this little situation?
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