Your appointment with your rheumatologist is, as usual, frustrating. His face is buried in the computer, the appointment rushed. Soon, you'll be out the door with a new prescription and no answers for your questions. You:
A. Leave quietly. He’s busy and you don't want to annoy him.
B. Berate him loudly and stomp out, telling the other patients what a jerk he is.
C. Say: "I have questions about the new drug that I need answered to feel comfortable. I know you have other patients, but I am here now. We need to work together to fight my RA. I don't feel we do that if you don’t look at me."