I am not a fan of being called someone's "Patient," and I seldom have patience ... so what should we call a person who is under medical care or treatment? Check out the word "patient" in the dictionary:
1. a person who is under medical care or treatment. (ok - that works sometimes)
2. a person or thing that undergoes some action. (ok - that applies to everyone)
3. Archaic. a sufferer or victim (yuk - who wants that label?)
So, what do you think? When you come to The Renova Center for health 'treatments' - you may have suffered in the past and previously had been told you are a victim of something bearing provocation, childhood abuses, accidents, war, dis-ease, diseases, medical or medicine errors and side-effects, politicians, bad choices and a number of other misfortunes.
I am a fan of NOT labeling ourselves with an experience, diagnosis or dis-ease term. Don't own it. It's something that happened to you or happening to you, and doesn't define you.
So, what is a good term for the people who come to Renova Reset in order to reframe and reset triggers, past experiences and dis-eases. Here's some suggestions:
What do you think? Respond and VOTE.