If you are a psychologist and you need a psychologist, that's not about your expertise – but about your needs.
Just imagine: you are a good, professional surgeon – but your finger on your hand has festered. It, of course, can and will dissolve on its own – but a trained look suggests: you need to cut and pump out pus. There is a nonzero chance that it will not dissolve – and then it will take much longer, more pain and more work to cut and pump out.
You, of course, would have operated on yourself – it is only about 20 minutes! – but for a full operation you need both hands!
You could think of something, invent, use some kind of holders ... But you are not alone on Mars.
And the quickest and easiest solution is to go to another surgeon. During the operation, you will chat, play tales, and maybe exchange small surgical life hacks. Almost like going to a bar.
There is nothing special about one professional helping another, even if they are cut from the same cloth. Things are always more obvious to those on the sidelines. And way more more convenient to operate...
Don't make yourself a "superhero". You're not in a comic. Be the real human, shell and core.
10/20/2019 9:20:36 AM
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