On Our Way In To Enjoy
The Sun Setting On The Lake
The Red Sun Reflecting To The East And Dusk Arriving To The West
The Men And Our Pretty Waitress
Emma and Her Daddy
This spills over to mental health diagnosis also. We are not "Sad", we are clinically depressed. We are not crazy-we have a myriad of diagnosis that cover that 5 letter word. Back in the "Good Old Days", most of the modern day mental problems were called "Nervous Breakdowns". There was no PTSS or ADD or ADHD or OCD-just substitute any letters you like. You were either crazy or you had suffered a "Nervous Breakdown". In fairness to all of the psychiatrist out there, this field didn't really exist to any degree. The family doctor gave you a tranquilizer and sleeping pills if you were "Crazy" and put you to bed for a "Nervous Breakdown". My granddaddy had Alzheimer's, but during those days (really not that long ago), they told the family he was having "Small Strokes".
BC has always remarked that if the dentist would tell him he was having a "Butterfly" instead of a "ROOT CANAL" he could have handled it a lot better. Now the endodontist is performing an Apicoctomy. Now that has a daunting sound doesn't it?
So-long story short- (NO OFFENSE MEANT ADAM) if you have anything wrong with you good luck trying to pronounce what the condition is and good luck pronouncing the treatment or drug. These guy have got it figured out-charge by the letter and you double the fee when you go over 10 letters. PRETTY SMART!