Another Russian Connection

As most know , I haven’t had my own car for past year due to circumstances, credit reports and lack of certain documents from certain work places from . So I have helped the car rental companies economy much more than I should have , but I did not have much choice.

Well, my tour thru the car dealerships was somewhat eye- opening, frustrating and costly. Just as I am slowly getting my credit scores better, multiple dealerships either misled, offered me not the best deals or rejected me while continuously applying to multiple banks-ie., bringing my scores down .Another painful lesson in the school of life

Well, I got lucky yesterday and purchased a quality car from Connicelli’s dealerships. And the gentleman who is specially trained for “bad credit” was another Russian named Dmitri, and he was great. Most of you know that I don’t rush to complement(old staff members, no comment please) , but this guy didn’t B.S. me . After evaluating really what was my situation, he got a great rate for me that was at least 1/3 to 1/2 of rates in other places.

And to top it off, he multitasks well, can hyper focus and does get distracted at times, thrives in chaos—-hhmmmmmmmmmmmmm, I wonder what he has?

So , at least for a day, life got better. I am still in the state monitoring program and still not thrilled , but I only have one more year left .I was sent back to legal, due to some missed screens, but if someone asked me 5 years ago that I would possibly miss an occasional random test , would I be surprised , well the answer is I would not be surprised due to my ADD and life’s challenges. Not much I can do but keep doing the best I can with the cards dealt me. IT IS WHAT IT IS…

I am still in the Northeast , but there only 4 days/week , and not sure where my next destination will be, but why should life be simple..
See ya,

Dr.R

5 Responses to Another Russian Connection

  1. Bill A says:

    Stu….

    How ironic that you would post today as I earlier today looked at your blog to see what was new. Then here comes your update out the nowhere. I still think highly of you as a person & a doc and continue to wish the very best for you. As aways glad to hear an uodate from you.

    Bill A

  2. Deb says:

    Funny, probably most of your patients are our students. We have about 250 students in our English as a Second Language Program and about half are Russian, Uzbech, Taj, etc from the Northeast. . They are all here on student VISAs. When they have medical issues they end up going to the ER because they can’t afford to go to dr. They always come in and ask Dr Kim to treat them but of course he can’t. We feel bad becuase they are sick and we can’t help them but we don’t need any more trouble with Homeland Security

    Stick with it..

  3. alyson matusek says:

    Dr rosan, please get back to me. Its your favorite patient. I need an appointment. Asap 2152624386 thank you alyson matusek

  4. First of all I want to say terrific blog! I had a quick question that I’d like
    to ask if you do not mind. I was curious to know how you center yourself and clear your
    thoughts prior to writing. I’ve had a hard time clearing my
    thoughts in getting my thoughts out. I do take pleasure in writing but
    it just seems like the first 10 to 15 minutes are generally lost simply just trying to figure out how
    to begin. Any recommendations or hints? Many thanks!

    • Stu Rosan says:

      Thanks for the comments and to answer your question, I am able to clear my mind due to a couple of factors. One, I am writing on this blog to let my friends, patients and followers know what is going on with me professionally and occasionally personally. Two, thank God for Adderall, which still helps me focus enough to write something that is somewhat readable. Third, it is also very therapeutic when there are times when life is so unfair and so stressful for everyone , I can at least put my 2 cents in an opinion format.
      This Blog actually started by one of my old patients Mathew Costello , who knew that I was not afraid to give my own opinions when I felt injustices by the medical world were beating not just me up but had a major impact on the welfare of my patients.
      Its old history now that I got unfairly and unofficially black listed , starting with The major insurance company , followed by old malpractice company and finally by the state just because I was a family doctor who was somewhat of an unofficial expert on ADD .
      So my long winded answer is that the blog for me was fairly easy to use because it was my savior and helped me survive the nightmare that I have to endure the past 12 years.

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