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Re: Providgil Could Be Additive Study Says Garnet71

Posted by bleauberry on March 27, 2009, at 20:23:54

In reply to Re: Providgil Could Be Additive Study Says bleauberry, posted by Garnet71 on March 27, 2009, at 19:26:48

I agree with you. I would only add that in my opinion those doctors you are talking about are not high achievers. There are some egostistical things involved there, and empty efforts to prove themselves, but those things do not make high achievers. High achievers are the ones that are still at their computer studying or writing even though everyone else in the office went home 2 hours ago. They can't wait to get to work in the morning because they love it so much. They accomplish significant successes with their patients that other doctors could not or would not. They have discovered on their own certain tricks of the trade they did not learn from a school, a book, or anyone else, something they noticed and perfected in their own practice. They dream of writing their book of fascinating successes and stuff when they retire. Those are high achievers.

The ones you are talking about are the opposite...losers...and that is why they have to try to prove themselves, and why they are easily intimidated.

> When I read what d/r said, I partially agreed. I picture some doctors, before they get their MDs, needing to go prove themselves, so they do it via their achievement in becoming a doctor--only to realize after that time they hate the job. Then they realize after they became a doctor that they are the same empty person inside who still needs to prove themselves, so they will find another way to go at it again...the cycle continues.
> However, I disagree with both of you--I don't think MOST doctors are either (okay maybe; but I have to say I do think there are many crummy ones out there. I've had quite a few myself. I do think some get into the field for the wrong reasons-for example, as I stated above.
> I've worked with those people that need to prove their worth through their jobs/careers--it's awful working with those types. Those are the kind of people that have attacked me for achieving w/o trying to achieve, which was much to their discontent as those types of people often are used to being the best, #1, at everything while trying to prove their 'worth'. When someone else matches that, especially w/o trying as hard as they, it puts a huge hole in their ego and they feel very threatened and attack. I have seen that predator look in their eyes and their extreme uncomfortablness.
> Just the words of an observor of human behavior and former frequent abuse survivor. (has a ring to it like frequent flyer miles). lol




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