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#20- For Doctors & Medical People to Work On Continuously

More here continuing from #19- Medical ASSESSMENT Improvement Ideas Begin With  It’s a lack of this self-examination that causes everyone to become more arrogant and less accurate in their decision making.

I mean if you hear a squeak, squeak, squeak, when you put your foot down on the brakes of  your car you assume there’s a problem with your brakes.  It could be a brake pad, a brake shoe, a lack worn rotor, an unbalanced tire, or something else though. AND the common poor person who has knowledge of car work will take the time and money to fix the problem themselves, but the busy person may hire another to do that work and they may end up paying more because they wait so long to get treatment for their car.

BUT they could also go to a BAD mechanic and they end up paying again and again to get their car treated by THAT mechanic.  BUT they could also go to another mechanic and get another assessment, AND because that new mechanic does the work to make the diagnosis the solution may have been as simple having the wrong size brake pads added by the first mechanic. AND that is life and death, but it’s the car, not the body that is lived in every second of the day.

With our doctors their own actions OR lack can cause deathly problems or even problems that kill a person’s soul in their youth or middle age.  So here is a beginning checklist of the needs for Doctors & Medical people to work on continuously as found with the lack of care from my own problems, hopefully you also have ideas for solutions to the problems and hopefully we all get doctors that work to do well with listening and learning from the people they are caring for:

  • Getting more than Basic Details
    • Have you the doctor made inaccurate assessments?
    • Have you the doctor shared details of definition when you assign titles to things like pain?
  • Relational Corresponding Pain Charting done correctly
    • Have you the doctor heard what the patient is really feeling?
    • Have you the doctor taken the time to learn the feelings?
    • Making Sure to Know How Pain Variables Can Alter What a Person Says
      • Infections are not the same as a scrape, the pain is different also.
      • Taste pain is a surface and cell reaction that’s different than a burned mouth.
    • Relational Corresponding Pain Charting Work includes sharing the body pictures that your patients can color in demonstrating their feelings with different body areas.
      • The previous posts under Rhapsodie’s Visual PAIN Diary beginning with post #11- 2013 has more images showing how using basic body shapes can detail information better for doctors.
      • If you add the details of the color shade variations for pain persistence they they can add to the charts for all of your patients.
  • b. Blank Chart with color pain match added
    • AND with taking the time to enlarge the shapes using the basic outline at first, even asking the patient to point to the pain on their body you can pull out blank body part pictures for them to color onto.
      • Actually the nurse initially when the patient comes in to be weighed can do that.
      • OR the doctor could send the patient home with the blanks or links to the doctor’s website with blanks that they can color and date for different days or weeks or months of pain.
  • b. Lower legs with Color Chart
  • Defining your doctoral Care information more accurately when talking with patients.
    • For example: What is your, doctoral, definition of Chronic Pain?
      • Rhapsodie’s feeling about the diagnosis Chronic Pain is that the pain is constant &/OR consistently the same &/OR in the exact same location.
    • Sharing more details of estimates & information with patients, so they have a more complete picture of your assessment and prescriptions for care.
  • Getting Better Medical Technical Assessments
    • Have you the doctor viewed the resulting images in accord with the tests you have asked for OR
      • do you persist in believing an overworked technician will be able to open every single image and do an accurate diagnosis when it’s easier for them to read previous reports & make ASSinine declarations?
    • Are you allowing a Medical Technician to Assess the Body, when they should have assembled the pictures & shared them with you, so you can make the assessment?
      • X-rays; MRIs; CT Scans, and Ultrasounds can all be shared with office emails, USB’s, SD’s, &/or Visual view clips attached to documents AND they can show the discrepancies by being prepared with use Ctrl + a certain amount of times OR with image clips showing the specs?
    • The problem with gathering accurate details corresponds with record keeping and relating with the information accurately.
      • This means more work requiring time by technicians AND
        • Medical Personnel & Doctor’s to record information including the associable pain measures onto a relatable scale for more accurate assessments.
          • Medical people and Doctors then have to read the reports of pain information for each individual they are treating. Including:
            • Physical therapist reports;
            • Nurse pain reports;
            • Lab pain reports and
          • Any other personal pain report and match assessments for individuals.

AND this is only the actions for medical people to practice AND there are benefits including limiting legal hassles as well as improving patient/ customer care…

Associated Posts

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#01. Inaccurate PAIN Assessments CAN CAUSE MORE BODY DAMAGE

#02- PAIN Assessments Corresponding with UTI’s

#03. Inaccurate PAIN Assessments with A HIGH PAIN Tolerance

#04- Inaccurate PAIN Assessments with JUST Rate Pain from 0 to 10

#05- Inaccurate Doctoral PAIN Assessments based on Guesses

#06- Inaccurate PAIN Assessments because of no Patient Pain Understanding

#07- Inaccurate PAIN Ratings with NO Applicable Associations

#08- Inaccurate PAIN Assessments MADE a BIT Better

#09- Detailing Diaries Could Limit Inaccurate PAIN Assessments

#10- A PAIN & Injury Diary MAY Change Inaccurate Doctoral ASSESSMENTS

Rhapsodie’s Visual PAIN Diary- From September 2013 into April 2017

 Rhapsodie’s ideas to improve Medical ASSESSMENTS by doctors

PAIN Variables

 

#19- Medical ASSESSMENT Improvement Ideas Begin With…

More here continuing from #18- February 2018- With Updated Assessments & Images  That’s why Rhapsodie has ideas that can assist in helping the doctors who ask us as patients to rate our pain on a scale from 0 to 10 to get better information…

Don’t you just hate going to the doctor and mentioning an ache or a pain and they say, ‘Rate that from 1 to 10’? And there you are thinking

  • ‘it’s not a regular pain it comes and goes when I do this or do that.’ OR
  • ‘when I eat this or drink that it changes or varies.’  Or
  • ‘this is a deep pain it’s more like a bruise in the bone not on the bone.’

But all they ask is for you to rate your pain while they are using their own estimates of pain to make that ASSessment. For instance the doctor years ago with my UTI commented that he’d be screaming in pain and I barely had an itch.

With the previous reading you can see how the National Institute on Pain Control (NIPC) information would produce a great chart basis from their Pain Assessment Scales.  Details can easily be added with areas of pain variances charted with time and effort of the patient, as was demonstrated the PAIN DIARY with Rhapsodie’s Visually Detailing Pain & Variations. Just think about how dropping a tool on your unprotected toes would feel and now imagine slamming your finger with a hammer, yes both would hurt but you’re likely hopping in consideration of your toes.  AND that’s your body not 2 different individual’s bodies.

I dislike burning my tongue on super spicy food, but other people love it, I have a super high pain tolerance and others have a much lower tolerance.  That’s just normal life, so how can we trust that the doctors who say, “Just tell me the pain you have rate it from 1 to 10” and they don’t even qualify the 1, 5, or the 10.  Because for me 10 is like the nasty migraine headache I had once that was so bad I could feel the pain of blood rushing in my head, until I barfed from it. I’ve never had pain like that since, not even when my broken arm bone was sticking out of my skin, if comparing those two I’d say the arm was like a 6.  b. Cat Scratches- P1680006But that’s because for me 1 is more than a sore muscle, more than a cat scratch,more than pulled hair, more than a needle poke.  And that’s why I think having a pain assessment process with medical care could be useful.

BUT this can only begin if the medical team is questioning their initial assessments AND the reports they have received from other so called medical professionals.  There is a reason certain doctors become so popular and it’s not for their good looks, even though some are handsome or beautiful, it’s because they take the time to look beyond other’s ASSessments in making their own.

When doctors and hospitals don’t work properly they can make the patient problems grow as well as the amount of time and effort they need to take in caring for people. AND they add to increased decreased productivity with society, at least if my case is similar to others. So doctors & hospitals & medical people should ALWAYS BE ASKING

  • Am I right?
  • Is my assumption accurate?
  • Could there be another reason I’m not looking at?
  • Am I taking time to make sure I am right with my prognosis?

It’s a lack of this self-examination that causes everyone to become more arrogant and less accurate in their decision making.

Associated Posts

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#01. Inaccurate PAIN Assessments CAN CAUSE MORE BODY DAMAGE

#02- PAIN Assessments Corresponding with UTI’s

#03. Inaccurate PAIN Assessments with A HIGH PAIN Tolerance

#04- Inaccurate PAIN Assessments with JUST Rate Pain from 0 to 10

#05- Inaccurate Doctoral PAIN Assessments based on Guesses

#06- Inaccurate PAIN Assessments because of no Patient Pain Understanding

#07- Inaccurate PAIN Ratings with NO Applicable Associations

#08- Inaccurate PAIN Assessments MADE a BIT Better

#09- Detailing Diaries Could Limit Inaccurate PAIN Assessments

#10- A PAIN & Injury Diary MAY Change Inaccurate Doctoral ASSESSMENTS

Rhapsodie’s Visual PAIN Diary- From September 2013 into April 2017

 Rhapsodie’s ideas to improve Medical ASSESSMENTS by doctors

PAIN Variables

 

#15- Visual PAIN Diary- July through December 2016- NO PROFESSIONAL CARE More Problems

Rhapsodie’s PAIN Diary continues from beyond the last post- #14- Visual PAIN Diary- August 2014 to Summer 2016 INACCURATE Records SUFFEREDThis wasn’t nice, but it was easier than suffering more shitty assessments, but the original shoulder brace shifted something else in my lower left arm. Some may find that their PAIN Diary progression may just have the pain minimizing and totally dropping away as injuries heal progressively.  This is what is normally anticipated with healing, and I’ve had multiple switch change pain placements that demonstrate this has been happening with me also.

BUT my lower left arm has NEVER been cared for appropriately by doctors.

July to August 2016

Problems from the lack of care, INACCURATE PAIN ASSESSMENT CORRESPONDENCE, incomplete and falsified records have extended to other body parts as well as my dignity, work ability, my family care with me and other doctor’s care of me. My left rotator cuff was knocked out of place in July 2016.  The drop in my shoulder was suffered with for months until August 28th when it was shifted back into position at home.

Then after my demand to go to emergency my need for proper shoulder care had me making my pain estimates what I assumed other people would say in the same situation.

September through December 2016

And my request at emergency got me a shoulder & lower arm brace that was used for 3 days at the start of September 2016, until I determined a more comfortable method because my lower Left arm suffered from wearing the cuff.

The MRI did display 3 injuries on that shoulder, but my high pain tolerance had me living for over 1.5 months with my shoulder dropped 1 to 2 inches below its natural location in the shoulder socket.  The accidental blanket re-shifting of my shoulder back into normal placement that happened on August 28th, 2016 was followed by:

  • August 28th visit to the Emergency Room.
  • 1 visit on September 3rd to a specialist- that prescribed a visit to get an MRI & a visit to a Rotator Cuff surgeon/specialist.
  • October 14, 2016 MRI.
  • Visit to another specialist was never handled by the office of the September 3rd visit; I set up my own, with another specialist visit on March 8th, 2017.
  • Followed by a, March 16th, visit to another surgeon/specialist for examination of my Rotator Cuff MRI.
  • This has been followed by his prescription to go for physical therapy at 8 visits, one of which cost $300. AND
  • Another visit scheduled with that specialist to review how progressive the physical therapy has been later this month.

This means I would have done better totally avoiding the doctors and doing an online search for rotator cuff care & rotator cuff exercises.

It definitely would have been cheaper AND much more progressively beneficial.  This has also been proven with the shoulder bracing. This shoulder brace, provided to me at the emergency room assisted in holding the shoulder in place, but it didn’t feel healthy.

There are multiple problems I associate with the lack of use of muscles of the arm, but the shoulder still needed to be braced because it had spent over 6 weeks out of position.  Above my wrist but below my scar some lighting bites of pain happen more and more progressively with the use of the hospital brace.

My 1st visit to a specialist confirmed that there was real injury to my shoulder.  And his prescription for another brace that was more comfortable was given to me.

My husband took me to a local pharmacy that had multiple brace types in stock.  With examining the package as well as other braces on the internet the cost of the internet brace was significantly less.  My husband purchased one of the online braces for me, BUT use of it also caused problems with my lower arm. The pressure of the brace along my arm felt like my bone was soft not stiff in the arm brace.

Another item had been used by me while waiting for the brace that I found good.

My Rotator Cuff Stuffy as shown in the picture here, held by my shoulder, allowed the rest of my body more comfort and freedom, but still braced my shoulder as you can see in comparing the pictures.

Many types of braces are available, the medical industry may not like this, but My Rotator Cuff Stuffy is not tactically bad other than the fact it was created as a stuffed animal and thus I restuffed it about a month ago for better comfort.  Its shape & size allows my underarm to be braced up and locked in place while the rear spread feet keep and raised head allow my body to hold it in place.   I have worn it under a coat, over flannel shirts, bathrobes, and against bare skin and t-shirts.

While my lower left arm has been protected there is more rawness, and I’ve felt the placement of the plate vary.  Now instead of along the scar where there was bone numbness when I touch the outside of my arm, it’s now below my arm and more towards my hand than my elbow.

The pain splitting AND swelling that resulted from the shoulder bracing demonstrated to me that also the injuries of my left calf were splintering as I feel towards my knee and towards my ankle.  With use my left arm is splintering towards my wrist.  This is not normal but maybe people with dense bones are more likely to have this happen because of the greater bone resistance to splitting breaks which separate bone parts completely…

Associated Posts

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#01. Inaccurate PAIN Assessments CAN CAUSE MORE BODY DAMAGE

#02- PAIN Assessments Corresponding with UTI’s

#03. Inaccurate PAIN Assessments with A HIGH PAIN Tolerance

#04- Inaccurate PAIN Assessments with JUST Rate Pain from 0 to 10

#05- Inaccurate Doctoral PAIN Assessments based on Guesses

#06- Inaccurate PAIN Assessments because of no Patient Pain Understanding

#07- Inaccurate PAIN Ratings with NO Applicable Associations

#08- Inaccurate PAIN Assessments MADE a BIT Better

#09- Detailing Diaries Could Limit Inaccurate PAIN Assessments

#10- A PAIN & Injury Diary MAY Change Inaccurate Doctoral ASSESSMENTS

Rhapsodie’s Visual PAIN Diary- From September 2013 into April 2017

 Rhapsodie’s ideas to improve Medical ASSESSMENTS by doctors

PAIN Variables

 

#11- Visual PAIN Diary- 2013 Stressed Injury

Continuing from post- #10- A PAIN & Injury Diary MAY Change Inaccurate Doctoral ASSESSMENTS- Maybe the pain & injury diary can grow value in pain assessments as well as more accurate treatments. Like

  • what if the doctors had a visual flip-book relating the pain as well as the injury progressing as I have suffered?
  • what if the medical community had made assessments accurately for me instead of basing things on their own personal ratings of my pain estimates?…

September 2013

2013 Forearm Brace against fall pressure collapse ache that varied from the fall and diminished in generally over months.

  • I had passed out for over 30 minutes.
  • The work done in the previous years of college with jobs as well as taking on the care of grades didn’t happen.
  • I was exhausted all of the time.
    • For the time after that fall, I remained in college until graduation taking a full course load, but not doing the extra work previously practiced during my college time.
    • The injurious fall that caused the faint was from my right calf, a multiple fracture was displayed on the one X-ray of June 10th, 2014.
    • The X-ray was left unexamined by all my doctors.
  • My one viewing of the 6-10-2014 right calf X-ray showed a dancer’s fracture of the inner back Tibia, but as the hospital ‘lost’ the picture I have not received any treatment.
  • Antibiotics were being used by me early in June 2014, the pain went away for a time.  An itchy calf had me rubbing it, and I pushed in part of the unhealed calf fracture.

And this is only part of my calf story, further mishaps are causing more problems, but there are only mentions with this section, because we are sharing a Visual PAIN Timeline for the LEFT FOREARM.

But please be aware there are multiple associated accounts because of the weaknesses growing from a lack of a care as well as the need for proper treatments…

Associated Posts

Please forgive me, but you’ll likely want to right click and open in a new tab, because the click link MAY NOT WORK.

#01. Inaccurate PAIN Assessments CAN CAUSE MORE BODY DAMAGE

#02- PAIN Assessments Corresponding with UTI’s

#03. Inaccurate PAIN Assessments with A HIGH PAIN Tolerance

#04- Inaccurate PAIN Assessments with JUST Rate Pain from 0 to 10

#05- Inaccurate Doctoral PAIN Assessments based on Guesses

#06- Inaccurate PAIN Assessments because of no Patient Pain Understanding

#07- Inaccurate PAIN Ratings with NO Applicable Associations

#08- Inaccurate PAIN Assessments MADE a BIT Better

#09- Detailing Diaries Could Limit Inaccurate PAIN Assessments

#10- A PAIN & Injury Diary MAY Change Inaccurate Doctoral ASSESSMENTS

A VISUAL TIMELINE- From September 2013 into April 2017

#11- 2013 Stressed Injury & #12- & #13- & #14- & #15- & #16- & #17- & #18- & #19- & #20- &

#07- Inaccurate PAIN Ratings with NO Applicable Associations

Continuing as begun from post #06- Inaccurate PAIN Assessments because of no Patient Pain UnderstandingAs stated previously ‘with no relational corresponding pain chart there is more space for inaccuracies.’ There is also more likelihood of not doing more work based on the inaccurate assessments already made and reported on by doctors.  This in turn enhances the likelihood that a basic to care for problem is made worse, like I am having.

More Than the Basic Details For Pain Assessments- Dr. Savage

There are also the depth details of pain assessments done that do not necessarily have corresponding values for all people.  This article for assessing chronic pain states, “For a doctor to get a good sense of your chronic pain, just pointing to a single face or number isn’t enough. Your doctor will need some context, says Seddon R. Savage, MD, incoming president of the American Pain Society and an adjunct associate professor of anesthesiology at Dartmouth Medical School in Hanover, N.H. “I ask people to remember the worst pain they’ve ever experienced in their lives,’ Savage tells WebMD. ‘It might be a kidney stone or childbirth. That level of pain becomes the benchmark to which we compare the current pain.’”

I never was pregnant, and I have never had a kidney stone, so my estimate doesn’t even relate to others that way if it was ever requested. Other examples like the UTI & Dental Care without Novacaine or pain may assist doctors, but they are still hesitant about accepting comparables when they don’t associate with those mentally.

For Patients- Describing Your Chronic Pain

As we have already seen with the information of this document, the assessments by doctors are based on the searches they have done, but “Your doctor needs to know not just how much the pain hurts, but how the pain hurts, says Savage [from the article from WebMD entitled Using the Pain Scale: How to Talk About Pain.

The kind of pain you’re feeling can say a lot about the cause, experts say. Cohen says that pain that’s caused by tissue injury — like arthritis or a back injured while shoveling snow — tends to be like a dull ache.

But nerve pain, which could be caused by many conditions, such as diabetes and carpal tunnel syndrome, typically causes a more distinctive shooting pain. Others describe it as burning, buzzing, or electrical pain. Nerve pain is also associated with other sensations that aren’t painful in themselves, like tingling or numbness, Cohen says.

Savage says that it’s also important to discuss any variations in your pain. How does it change during the day? What makes it hurt more? What makes it hurt less?

When you see a pain expert, go in prepared. Be ready to describe your chronic pain, as specifically as you can, along with details about when the pain started. The more information you have, the easier it will be for your doctor to help treat your pain…”

The stink of this is that doctors assess a person as having chronic pain, without ever even referring the patient to a PAIN EXPERT.  In fact there may be legitimate pain issues that are totally ignored, like the fact that a broken bone happened, but there are multiple bones in the area and the assessments of  X-rays, CT scans, and MRI tests were not ever examined by a person who looked at the correct placement of the pain.

An estimated doctoral assessment of chronic pain does not mean that the pain is constant or consistently the same or in the exact same location, but without an accurate way of making assessments, doctors are likely to do what is easy instead of what is needed.  The WebMD article continues with more information of great value for people seeking to get treatment that is accurate.  But all of the wonderful advice of the article  WILL ONLY WORK IF the patient persists in working at getting accurate assessments AND doesn’t fall onto the prescribed drugs as a real treatment.

How Does Your Chronic Pain Affect You?

Beyond the severity and the type of chronic pain, there’s a third factor you need to discuss. “It’s really important to talk to your doctor about how your pain affects your life,” says Savage. It’s a crucial and often overlooked detail… Savage says that you should think about the specific ways your chronic pain is affecting you.

  • Does pain wake you up at night?
  • Has chronic pain made you change your habits?
  • Do you no longer go on walks because the pain is too severe?
  • Has it affected your performance on the job — maybe even putting your ability to work in jeopardy?

Giving specifics about how your chronic pain is impinging on your life and changing your behavior is key, Savage says. ‘It helps your doctor understand how much you’re suffering and appreciate the pain as [only part of the] problem that needs treatment,’ she tells WebMD.”

Notice how I varied that doctor’s statement.  It was done because my doctors have taken it upon themselves to offer assessments based on their inaccurate work and because I had not read through this article with articulation for the types of pain to share previously.  This means there is a need for doctors to supply for patient’s corresponding information that can be related to by the doctor…

Associated Posts

Please forgive me, but you’ll likely want to right click and open in a new tab, because the click link MAY NOT WORK.

#01. Inaccurate PAIN Assessments CAN CAUSE MORE BODY DAMAGE

#02- PAIN Assessments Corresponding with UTI’s

#03. Inaccurate PAIN Assessments with A HIGH PAIN Tolerance

#04- Inaccurate PAIN Assessments with JUST Rate Pain from 0 to 10

#05- Inaccurate Doctoral PAIN Assessments based on Guesses

#06- Inaccurate PAIN Assessments because of no Patient Pain Understanding

#07- Inaccurate PAIN Ratings with NO Applicable Associations

#08- Inaccurate PAIN Assessments MADE a BIT Better

#09- Detailing Diaries Could Limit Inaccurate PAIN Assessments

#10- A PAIN & Injury Diary MAY Change Inaccurate Doctoral ASSESSMENTS

Rhapsodie’s Visual PAIN Diary- From September 2013 into April 2017

 Rhapsodie’s ideas to improve Medical ASSESSMENTS by doctors

PAIN Variables

 

#3- R&S- VALUING OUR RECEIVING

#3- R&S- VALUING OUR RECEIVING

was begun with the previous posts, linked to here:

described values Rhapsodie received from others’ sharing.  Her information about receiving is still incomplete because of the alternate factors that were shared in the 1st post, let’s look beyond our present to see value more too.

Thinking you’ve not received when you have, comes down to thinking outside yourself repeatedly.  Or even minimally, are the flowers handed over appreciated as being shared?

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  • Are your feelings a result of a lack of others’ care for you or because of your silliness in life?
    • Do you work to find what values in receiving from the non-material are?
  • Could your feelings of not having received come because you don’t appreciate what is shared with you?
    • How often does a child really appreciate the self-sacrificing sharing of their parent(s)?
  • THE FEELINGS, CAN COME BECAUSE
    • YOU FORGET WHO YOU GAVE TO, AND
    • WHEN THEY WORK TO HELP YOU RECEIVE YOU DON’T know that it’s for your own good.
    • You haven’t shared enough, so you are unaware of the values also shared with you.

This happened with Rhapsodie and Mr. Howie Mandel, Mr. OBAMA, Ms. Shelley, and Mr. Will Shortz to list just a few that worked hard in giving to Rhapsodie but she didn’t remember. NOTHING ILLEGAL, just not commonly shared gifts.

Her insult to these people was partially because of A BAD name memory, Rhapsodie’s so bad that, a great longtime friend of hers, Michelle received a blank stare as Rhapsodie tried to remember her name after 4 or 6 years of their being very close to each other and connected by many experiences and relationships. BUT memory isn’t the only reason people feel that they haven’t received anything.

Other reasons are associated with your perceptions about value.

VALUE PERCEPTIONS

  • Who knew that Mr. Lucas or Mr. Coppola would be famous in 1960?
  • Who was aware that publicized computer’s like Apple would effect the whole world?
  • Who knew that a national system of healthcare would exist in the United States in 1980?

Well maybe some had hopes or fears about these things, maybe some have reasons for their thinking, I know I do, but history will tell the tale I can’t.

I know that VALUE IS BASED ON REASON and EMOTION.

  • Reason based on how a person thinks &
  • emotion based on what is being felt.

Emotion fluctuates just as much as reason does narrowing down the reasons for FEELING LIKE YOU’VE NOT RECEIVED WHEN YOU HAVE, COMES DOWN TO WHO YOU ARE. Is it because what you’ve received isn’t necessarily physical or considered valuable to you when it was received.

Or do you need flowers vased and shared specially wrapped in order to appreciate the value shared?

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Gifts shared with work and care may at times be ignored because we don’t appreciate the effort others’ take to share.  In time there may be appreciation, but we should value the sharers who keep on giving so that others keep on receiving.  Please do NOT let the feelings of the present in regards to our receiving halt us from sharing. Time often grows an understanding of values shared & received, and I hope we all can appreciate that there is a lot more to giving than just getting.

 

 

#2- R&S- RHAPSODIE’S 2ND PREFERRED CASHIERING COUNT BACK OPTION

#2- R&S- RHAPSODIE’S 2ND  PREFERRED CASHIERING COUNT BACK OPTION

The previous post #1- RECEIVING & SHARING (R&S)- PLEASE SHARE IF IT’S GOOD FOR YOU started with an illustration about cashiering, the information below in italics has been copied from the end of that post for a speedier cashier reference.

Why was this so good for any cashier? 

Because with a very busy day, lots of people, and lots of money is being cared for, counting back to a customer shares respect for them and your work, on top of giving you more ability to handle cash responsibly. A person with a $123.43 bill who hands a cashier $150.00 should receive $26.57 in change.  If, you count money, while talking through the altered amounts, back in reverse, smallest amount first, a person handling money is more likely to be accurate and will be caring for their customers.

Please remember, for any cashier, counting the coins back can also be good. Especially with small kids or individuals that don’t know our U.S. money, but remember others can appreciate that also.  PLEASE try to care for your customer’s time, so that when you’re so busy the customers that could be angry with every second they wait are reassured they won’t wait worthlessly, this means speaking at a speed that doesn’t delay the transaction, it is often useful to practice.

So how does Rhapsodie’s customer get their $26.57 back?  Her other conversation with them pauses for a bit, as she works returning change and she says, as suggested to her, and using our example from above, based on what the facts are, [SITUATION REMINDERA person with a $123.43 bill who hands a cashier $150.00 should receive $26.57 in change.] 

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Rhapsodie’s 2nd and preferred cashiering count back option

“Your total was $123.43 out of $150.00,” and with HANDING THE CUSTOMER their change, here were doing a complete change count back, but you could just give them alll the coins and add that to the amounts, but here with two pennies, state “one twenty three 45″ and adding one nickel (or 5 more pennies) and adding aloud, ”   50  “, and then with the final small change addition of  two quarters (or 5 dimes if the quarters balance is too thin), “one twenty four.” OR if you want, with the quarters, (and I’m sure you’re smart enough to run up the totals with dimes OR a quarter, 2 dimes, and a nickle, but here quarters (a reminder because of blabbling, one twenty three 50, plus adding to their hand one quarter with the said number, ”  75   ” and then another quarter and the words ” one twenty four  ” we reach our bill change in the count back but the smaller amount is in the person’s palm for pocketing or walleting with more ease.

AND then just like we did before with a difference in words we continue by handing our person the $1.00 bill, and adding ”   124   ” in words, then adding the $5.00 and saying, ”    one thirty    ” and finally with the last addition of a $20.00 bill in this illustration, completing this exchange with ” one hundred fifty is your changed total,……” OR “one hundred fifty completes your change …,” OR with “your one hundred and fifty dollar count,…..” completes your counting work, and now you can continue working with whatever is being said & done also.

This may seem unnecessary to you presently as it did for Rhapsodie for a very long time,  but eventually after many problems and with lots of stupidity she wishes she had taken and used this advice a lot earlier in her career as a cashier at Walmart as well as taking the advice to “slow down” and “relax.” Her customers would have benefited by having the smaller change in hand, and the bills organized so that the people in line around them didn’t see what they held as easily.  Also for pocketing it’s often nicer to have the smaller amounts on the outside of the fold instead of the larger amounts.

Rhapsodie’s clumsy and silly, so there was more than one time, when gathering change for her hands she pulled out the wrong type of money. Her lazy work hurt her as well as others, like her business and her family, just taking a few seconds to count back would have been a lot more value shared.  If she had just taken the words given to her earlier, she could have kept and received much more of value, SO MANY MORE WOULD HAVE BENEFITED.

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And THAT WAS JUST ONE ILLUSTRATED CASHIERING SITUATION about how to, very similar to not only the advice, but also an illustration for action that Rhapsodie received. But how does thinking about receiving effect us all?

Often the value of what is shared is missed for a long time, if we work to continually try and learn from what is shared we may eventually learn from the other posts. . .

 

 

 

#1- RECEIVING & SHARING (R&S)- PLEASE SHARE IF IT’S GOOD FOR YOU

RECEIVING & SHARING- Was previously shared as RECEIVING at fawnsfall.wordpress.com. Here the information shared there will be divided into smaller sections.

#1- RECEIVING & SHARING- PLEASE SHARE IF IT’S GOOD FOR YOU

Some may suffer a feeling of not receiving,  I hope that the following information can give you useful valuable help, while the hearts above help those with small devices to see what my black shadowed picture hides from people with small devices too.  That’s at least until I have my 3 computers that are fiddlenfarten fixed…

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HAVE YOU EVER MISSED WHAT ANOTHER WORKED TO GIVE YOU, BUT YOU DIDN’T APPRECIATE ENOUGH TO RECEIVE?

I know I have, and I hurt others it’s hoped my apologies here are found by them.  And it’s hoped others will find that receiving isn’t as often physical as it is useful.  DO YOU FEEL like no one ever gives to you?  Do you feel like no one has ever cared enough to try and give to you?  Narrowing down the reasons for feeling like you’ve not received when you have, comes down to who you are.  Is it because what you’ve received isn’t necessarily physical or considered valuable to you when it was received.

Sometimes memory is a factor, at other times value is a factor, and there may even be other factors that you can share.

MEMORY

How often have your family forgiven you for a mistake or damage you’ve caused to them or their stuff? How many times were you given a suggestion that in life was so beneficial for you to have, like “I always count money back to people in reverse, smallest amount first.” (A great person, trying to give to this blog author.

VALUES FOUND & BEING SHARED as a CASHIER

Why was this so good for any cashier?

Because with a very busy day, lots of people, and lots of money is being cared for, counting back to a customer shares respect for them and your work, on top of giving you more ability to handle cash responsibly. A person with a $123.43 bill who hands a cashier $150.00 should receive $26.57 in change.  If, you count money, while talking through the altered amounts, back in reverse, smallest amount first, a person handling money is more likely to be accurate and will be caring for their customers.

Please remember, for any cashier, counting the coins back can also be good. Especially with small kids or individuals that don’t know our U.S. money, but remember others can appreciate that also.  PLEASE try to care for your customer’s time, so that when you’re so busy the customers that could be angry with every second they wait are reassured they won’t wait worthlessly, this means speaking at a speed that doesn’t delay the transaction, it is often useful to practice.

So how does Rhapsodie’s customer get their $26.57 back?  Her other conversation with them pauses for a bit, as she works returning change and she says, as suggested to her, and using our example from above, based on what the facts are, [SITUATION REMINDERA person with a $123.43 bill who hands a cashier $150.00 should receive $26.57 in change.]:

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“Your change is $26.57, out of $150.00″. Then with handing the customer all of the change, of two pennies & one nickle (or 7 pennies) and two quarters (or 5 dimes) saying the partial exchange total ”  57  “, followed by handing them the $1.00 bill, and adding ” one 57  “, (this is implying dollars and cents, but American cashiers normally don’t say that because cash is in hand, like with this example detailing with a count back  ‘one dollar 57 cents’ in the midst of a count back is normally silly, but some people do because of their jobs or reasons) then adding a $5.00 bill saying, ”  six 57 is your change…” continuing to interchange with customer as is good.

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