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  1. Constructive Criticism

    I know it was wrong and I feel bad about it, which is why I write. Now, in retrospect I should have made it one of my usual screening questions but, after driving 30+ minutes for a visit, I waited about 5 - 10 minutes for her to drive up, with a cigarette in her hand. This told me three things. First, if she smokes in her car with the windows rolled up, she smokes in her home. And two, pulling in late for our appointment, she hadn't taken the time to freshen up and will reek of it during our visit. All most definitely no bueno! So, I drove off and called her on the way to let her know the reason in the hopes she won't repeat. Call it constructive criticism?
  2. Is it rude to ask...

    if a provider smokes even if they say "no" on their P411 profile? I'm still learning and understand there is no one rule for all folks, but I've had three meetings with providers who listed no to smoking, but who did and it was obvious and very recently, one is was terribly apparent. (Hair smelled, breath smelled -- but the woman was very nice in all other regards.) Most everyone has their "thing" and this one is mine. It just kills it for me. So, that said, is it okay to double check during the setting up process? "Hate to be rude, but your profile says you don't smoke, is that still the case?" Depending on the lady, she may be honest or not. If not and we're meeting, sometimes it isn't immediately apparent, but at an early point it does and...well, what to do? I guess it falls into the category of other acceptable reasons to leave or cancel on the spot. I searched a bit on this but didn't find much that addresses things other than reading about how some folks also aren't smoker-friendly.