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L_Therese wrote:I found the relationship with the patient much more disturbing than the passing of drugs to an addict. Both are bad behaviors, but the former seems like more of a violation of trust than the latter. Plotwise, I was not all that bothered by the lack of immediate and obvious punishment. The doctor appeared to be avoiding paperwork, which is an understandable motive, and our psychiatrist was punished in a more karmic sense later in life when he realized that he was only a tool. I can't admire these characters, but I think I understand them.
I found that relationship extremely disturbing, especially since I've had loved ones who were patients in mental hospitals. I do think the trust issue is so important between patients and their doctors (and other caregivers). I'd like to think these things are less likely to happen today with better systems in place to protect the patient. Like you, I did enjoy seeing karma get the best of Reich.