Anyway, watch the video if you can. Dr A-F is susinct, poised, and, I believe, so very brave to get this message out to all cultures drowning in individualism, competition, staunch independence, and wearing blinders to stay focused on keeping The American Dream myth the main goal. Short term helping someone, sure. Long term commitment that causes inconvenience, change of focus, sacrifice? Only if somehow forced into through guilt, finances, pressure to keep up appearances or better yet, to create the appearance of doing the right thing.
In my experience, employees of health services can fall into these traps too like with any ol' job. It just means they have unique dynamics to their work environment. All the same basic psychology, just some different applications while at work. It's work. It's a job. It's often about doing the least they can get away with and still get paid.
There are exceptions, and some pretty darn impressive ones! Just wish they would be norm. So, take a look at this video and see what you think: 😎
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