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By  Tripartita  |  44

So you told somebody to sit tight who was sitting in a chair with wheels on either side that he could use to move around? That… actually sounds more appropriate than telling somebody in a standard chair to sit tight. It's not exactly like they're going to hold onto the bottom of the chair and hop around in it.

  AverageAvarice  |  23

OP didn't really say anything insulting, it was actually appropriate as the patient is sitting in a chair in which they can transport themselves. They patient only thought of it in terms of getting out of the chair and walking away, hopefully they both had a good laugh out of the situation.

  PrincessShiraz  |  11

FYL because a patient was joking around with you? Huh? Additionally, how on earth did this get published but mine on the day when I found out my best friend was moving to Omaha, my grandmother had a stroke, and when I got home from the hospital my beloved cat had a broken leg did NOT?

  Miss_Whipped  |  43

You sound pretty bitter, #21. Unfortunately, that attitude gets you nowhere on this site.

P.S. That sounds more like F your best friend's, grandmother's, and cat's lives. Not yours.

By  amileah13  |  26

For me, I say "sit tight" a lot too even when working with patients who are confined to wheelchairs. It's okay, op. Force of habit