- Dec 2, 2016
- DX FIBRO
There are doctors and other health care professionals who are dedicated and who spend their lives trying to help people. I know some of them. Some I know personally and others I have had as health care people for myself. Some doctors and health care professionals dedicate so much of themselves to trying to help people that they neglect themselves and their own lives in the effort.Definition of Doctors: Nothing but the greedy, hoping for the easy life but now Covid's having some fun they complain that they have too much work. I call bullcrap. They cannot have an easy life from now on as the world falls deeper into disarray. Covid 19 will not be the last thing as malnutrition next on the cards of life. Says so in the Bible if anybody's bothered to read it.
It's not true that they are all bad or all out to make money only. They are not all greedy.
It is unfortunate that you have had so many bad experiences that you have become bitter.
But there are good people out there as well, even so. If you had any idea what doctors have had to go through during the pandemic, you would not be so cavalier about this. Some of them worked themselves into exhaustive collapse during the worst of the pandemic because they wanted so much to help everyone. They did have too much work. There were hospitals with people lying on the floor because there were not enough rooms, or beds, or even cots for them, and not enough doctors to go around either. And those who were there frantically trying in 24 hour long shifts, without eating or sleeping themselves, to help everyone and not being able to keep up. A few found such despair at this that they couldn't go on and they committed suicide. That is not the act of someone who is greedy and unfeeling.
I have had terrible experiences with doctors. Horror stories I could tell. Many of us have those. It's enough to turn one's heart to stone, but it is a lot healthier for a person to remember that there are good ones out there too.
Being bitter and angry is stressful for the body. Stress makes fibromyalgia worse.