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Pharmacy Mgr Had Sex With Intern

Discussion in 'Pharmacy' started by BrightLight, 03.05.12.

  1. BrightLight

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    They got together and even had a baby. Although it is their personal life and the poor mgr was probably thirsty for love, for some reason this just feels weird to me. Would this be considered a conflict of interest since the intern might be given special favor as the result of this relationship?

    And sorry for those who entered this thread with a little extra anticipation, I don't have graphic details for you.
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  2. WVUPharm2007

    WVUPharm2007 "I hear the WMD is the bomb."

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    Good for him?
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    I would stay out of it.

    I know from working at Walmart as an intern that the RPh's were not allowed to date/sex the techs/interns. I believe the policy was that if a relationship was starting to inform the DM and one of the parties would be transferred (not fired or anything).

    It's definitely not professional to sex up the interns, no matter how hot they are.
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    I see no problem with porking the interns. :smuggrin:
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    what the problem is??
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    Move along folks, just another midlife crisis, nothing to see here, move along. :smuggrin:
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    If it were the military, it would be considered fraternization and both parties would be in trouble. While I don't think the civilian side should have as many laws/regulations/ways to get in trouble as the military, I do think this is a pretty good concept to carry over: don't get to know your students in that particular way.
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    If the person is in his 20s...no big deal.

    If the person is in his 30s or 40s...it's a big deal. Because you are 40 years old nailing a 21 year old. Congrats, you're awesome.

    Pretty much all there is to it.
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    I don't get why people care so much about who's banging who in today's society. It is none of your business.
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    Until that person reaps any kind of benefit from their relationship. It's absolutely inappropriate.
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    We're all assuming here that this was a male manager and female intern. Might have been the other way around, ya know. :oops:
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    Why would anyone in their twenties want to date anyone in their 40s? I mean unless that person in their 40s have a sh*t load of money (MUCH MUCH MUCH more than a pharmacist or doctor) I wouldn't even consider it. Just saying. I don't see the benefit at all for the 21 year old in this case.
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    Right because people are never simply attracted to each other or just fall in love or anything. It's all about the money...
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    I am doing two rotations with a preceptor that happens to be my friend kinda. I am moving out of state for a little bit to do these rotations. He is really nice and we are good friends. He tells me about his love life, his hobbies, his sex life, his house, going dancing etc. He text me all the time. He even offer to let me live with him when I move out there...I decline as that would be somewhat weird IMO. haha....It's free rent, but I figure Iam most likely better off paying rent in this case.
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    Yes of course and I prefer finding someone MY AGE and falling in love then...if a 20 yo can fall in love with someone of her own age why on EARTH would she look for someone in their 40s? Money is the only logical thing here...or else I would just find a HOT guy my own age. lol...
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    I saw an episode of Taboo where the wife was three decades older than the husband. his wife was three years older than his mom. They've been happily married for 11 years.

    SHC, you honestly believe it's the money???? c 'mon...

    And that guy seems like a creeper asking you to live with him and texting you all the time in addition to talking to you about his sex life..
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    It is ALWAYS inappropriate for someone in a supervisory position to have a sexual or personal relationship with a subordinate. The legal liability is staggering for you and your employer. It is not a relationship of equals. The Pharmacist has power over the career of the intern. If the pharmacist does not sign off on the hours, no license. It's wrong on just about every level.

    If you fall in love, then one of you finds a new job or transfers to a different store/division/region or whatever.
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    I can always trust Old Timer to say something full of wisdom.

    Old Timer- what are your thoughts about dating where you work?
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    "Sugar daddy" would be the only thing that makes sense to me. I don't have a clue how you could have a natural attraction to someone double your age. The times you see this happen, it is either an old person with $$$$, some kind of control/broken home/daddy issue thing, or celebrities. None of those are a foundation for a positive or healthy relationship.

    More power to the 40 year old, sure. But what the heck 21 year old? Can't find anybody your own age? Maybe they're trying to use this to leverage an advantage in the pharmacy? Who knows.
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    As long as the power in the relationship is equal and both people behave like adults, I have no issue with it. It does require a certain amount of maturity.
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    Maybe it's because there are do decent men her age.
    [YOUTUBE]uWPJ3NX4YaU[/YOUTUBE]

    or
    The Broken American Male: And How to Fix Him


    or

    The Sorry Lives and Confusing Times of Today's Young Men


    Men in today's society have been infantailized. That's why this thread was created.

    Dating as a pharmacist
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    It's great until it ends.
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    :idea:I am surprised nobody has mentioned the biggest motivating factor for situations like this in all creatures of the animal kingdom, power. Definitely power draws the suitors before cash flow. This manager certainly had some of that.

    With that said, I personally believe all ages are capable of finding reasons to become attracted to or interested in one another without it having to be traced back to gold digging, taking advantage for personal/professional gain, midlife crisis, or lack of self esteem or self worth. It could be curiosity, similar outlooks, or even opposites attracting. However, it's a guarantee that these always start solely by desire to bang the younger/older half. :thumbup:

    I agree about SHC's preceptor, a bit off.
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    I read that article in Philly Mag. It was ****ing stupid.

    There isn't a problem with young men. The problem is that there are idiot women that don't realize that video games, porn, and hanging out with friends is a better option than getting married and having a serious relationship. "Relationships" are always tilted towards having more benefits for women. It's ingrained into American thought. Marriage itself is just a 50% chance of losing more than 50% of what you've earned as well as an almost guaranteed loss of custody of your children with the requirement of paying child support to a woman that now hates you...and she doesn't even have to keep records on what the child support went to. So your kids are now being raised by some deadbeat your wife ran off with and you are paying them hundreds, if not thousands, of dollars a month. But, hey, you get to see them every other weekend.

    Then you have the fact that the feminist movement went waaaaay too far. These women want to have careers, equal pay, all that good ****. And there's nothing wrong with that. But they still want the chivalry bull**** to go along with it inside of interpersonal sexual relationships. You expect to be treated like a queen and for men to buy you ****...make your Valentine's Day "special"...hold the door open...blah, blah, blah. NO! You don't get to have your cake and eat it, too. And an entire generation of young men have reached a point of disillusionment. What's the point of a serious relationship? Men get NOTHING out of it with the typical, American Gen Y woman. Unless they are old. Then it makes sense. Because they are desperate for a "real man" and way hotter than the 35-45 year olds they are usually stuck with.

    This also show the hypocrisy of American society. It's fine for women to redefine what it means to be a woman. But if a man does it, it's wrong. Men aren't allowed to redefine what it means to be a man. Men (heterosexuals, anyway) aren't allowed to weak pink, listen to Lady Gaga, or whatever. They have to be what they are told to be. Well, what if this generation of men want to do what THEY want to do? Women can redefine their gender roles but men can't? Ridiculous.

    So, to the women of Gen Y. It's not us, its you. Most of you typically just suck. You aren't worth it.

    I was lucky enough that I got one that is rational. For example, she thinks Valentine's Day is stupid and doesn't want children. If I bought her something for Valentine's Day she'd probably get pissed off at me for being a giant, whipped ***** AND for perpetuating an invented holiday. I'm the luckiest dude on the planet. Hell, she loves WVU athletics, too. She rode on a ****ty NJ Transit train to NYC (aka, the most overrated city on the planet) yesterday to watch my team lose. And she was just as pissed off as I was. I pity the rest of you saps. Going out on Valentine's Day. Buying a $50,000 wedding (I went to a courthouse). Most women treat their men like wage slaves. It's just the truth.
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    Thank you for the nice summary of your life.
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    That was...awesome!
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    On Valentine's Day, I just want the candy. :D
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    Haha, you just made me laugh. You're definitely right that things are tilted in favor of women, but not all of us are like the ones you described. It depends on what type of househould the woman came from. For the women who expects a man to do all of those things, she probably has a father who did provided everything for the mother and children and expects a man to treat her the same. These are usually the women who have fathers that call them 'princess' or who give into their daughters' wants. You can pretty much tell what type of girl you'll get by looking at how she carries herself, treats others, and what she values in a relationship. Although, most golddiggers won't come out and say, "I want a man to take care of me," and the ones who will are just stupid.

    You're very lucky to have found the woman you are with who doesn't value materialistic holidays like Valentine's Day. This Valentine's Day all I saw on Facebook was women who were displaying the gifts they got, and my thoughts were, "...So what did you get your guy?" In my opinion, Valentine's Day is just a way for men to get laid or get a blow*** so I wouldn't even get involved in all that BS.

    But back to the original topic, a man who messes with a younger woman could be one that has issues with talking to older women as most older women aren't as needy and dependent on men when compared to a younger woman. There could be the thought that younger women are easier to control. Most are right as they have everything to gain from being with an older man. He can buy her things she can't afford and that is attractive to younger women. When a man has money, he has the upper hand when dealing with younger women, but that comes with a price. A younger woman could never stay with an older man without exchanging his money for some type of gift... aka sex. No older man is dumb enough to spend money without getting something in return. I just remember that "Sugarbaby/Sugardaddy" episode on Mtv where younger women and men were dating older men or women, they always had to bring something to the relationship. There was no free ride. I just can't see someone that young in their 20s seriously wanting to be with someone in their late 30s or 40s... unless they had something financially to gain. It is possible for both parties to be in love, but I don't think that's likely as they wouldn't have much if anything in common. And God help him if she made sure he has some good life insurance... better watch for women like that in a relationship where she is much youner than the man :laugh:
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    I wish I was articulate as this guy but these are my thoughts on the subject, only that I strongly don't believe in sign- the - dotted line marriage. I almost lose interest in a woman instantaneously the minute she hints on mentions marriage.

    Strangely enough, women know my stance, yet still pursue me. I don't mind cohabitating tho, just as long as I can walk away on a moments notice if need arise.
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    Based on discussions elsewhere on the forum, I've learned that means you're called an "at will" partner. :smuggrin:
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    Well, we will have to agree to disagree. I found it stunningly on point.

    That's what teenagers do. Men grow up.....


    This of course is 10000000% bull****. No matter how you wine, moan and complain, woman are almost universally worse of financially after a divorce than men. It is very difficult for a divorced woman with children to get married again. Most woman would rather suffer financially and be alone rather than stay married to the loser guy.

    I don't know these generation Y woman whom hold ins such low regard. You do make a valid point about feminism screwing everything up. But your personal obsession with Valentines day is really a little silly. Like all these women are worried about Valentines day, like it's the high point of the year. You have to get real. If men are disillusioned, as you say it's a pathetic response to go home and live off your parents while you jerk off in the same bed you did when you were in high school all the while holding a high opinion of yourself.

    It's fine if men what to earn a living and live alone so some gold digger can;t take them to the cleaners every February 14th and steal 1/2 of their fortune. But it's quite another to hold a high opinion of yourself while you're unemployed, living at home, playing video games, jerking off to internet porn your parents pay for. It's rather pathetic.

    I think it's the reverse. The women I know are kind, independent and not looking to marry up financially. They don't need a guy for money. That's the problem. Guys have a hard time if the woman earns more than they do.

    When you marry, you should marry for common values, not common interests. Values are everything. If you both don't like Valentines day, that's great. I won't put a gun to your head. You don't have to pity me. I have been married longer than you have been alive. My wife was hot when I married her and she's not bad for someone in her late 50's. She is not a gold digger or a princess. She is a strong independent woman. I really think that's what screws with men's minds. They can't deal with strong women because they are not strong men, they are weaklings.
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    I agree 100% Donald Trump and his wife is the perfect example here.
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    Yeah, I am sure it could happen. I just haven't witness it yet in my own life. Usually when a older man marries a much younger woman the older man have a ton of money.

    I have yet to see a poor older man marry a younger woman...the older person usually have money.

    The wife is rich right in this case?

    My preceptor is overly friendly....we were kinda friends before I decided to do 2 rotations with him....

    He also ask me go to dancing with him when I move down there...

    Maybe he is just a friendly guy?
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    Haaha i agree with everything Old Timer said in response to that! For a moment I was worried :)
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    :eyebrow: indeed

    i know what SHC looks like so i'm not surprised she's getting this attention, and this is definitely a creeper moment & he's not just a "friendly guy." haha
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    Why doesn't she just move in with him? Oh wait. He already offered her that. :laugh:
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    i'm surprised "hey can i borrow your uterus" hasn't come up as a serious question :laugh:
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    And who's the creep now?:laugh:
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    LOL...I won't move in with him. Although it's always nice to get free rent. I haven't pay rent in a long time since I live with my relatives here in Atlanta.

    Haha...I already told him I would only date people my own age. He then give tons of reasons why women should date older men, but I say Nah, I prefer wild party boys in their twenties! lol... so he knows I am just a friend and nothing else.

    Now, he just text me on occasions to talk about life. He is trying his best to find a girlfriend/wife. He is 45 yo.

    His wife of 20 years cheated on him and left him. He then dated a 26 yo bipolar chick...but she ended up dying. Then he told me he try dating other girls but none of them work out. His sex with the bipolar chick was the best! lol...etc.

    So now he is on eharmony and match.com looking for women, but has no luck.

    He LOVES to go dancing but can't ever find anyone to go with and he hates going alone. He also hates going to bed alone at night. haha...

    He is just lonely....I hope he does find a girlfriend soon. I never met anyone that tried harder.
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    The only reason why I agree to move out of state and do my rotations on his site is b/c my ex lived in that state and I wanted to be close to him.

    Now that our relationship ended I am stuck doing these rotations out of state. :(

    It would have been much cheaper and easier for me to do all my rotations in Atlanta.
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    Posting all this about a preceptor that takes students from your school? Hmmm...not a smart choice, don't you think?
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    Mine? DON'T.
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    Know how many times I've heard a woman pharmacist say her husband had a problem with her making more money than he did? ZERO.
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    This is so jaw-droppingly inappropriate that I don't even know what to say. No preceptor should be sharing these types of details with a student. And I agree with Lea that posting this junk on the internet was probably not your smartest move to date...

    And THIS is why we don't rearrange our life for men, ladies. SHC, you have much to learn about life and relationships.
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    I'm not surprised. My girlfriend told me that she used to work for this pharmacist who always hit on her and was pretty much in love with her even though he was married. It seems to happen that everywhere she works, the guys hit on her. This worries me because this is a long distance relationship. I'm in New York City, she's in Dallas, Texas.

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