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Re: Psychology assessment

Posted by alexandra_k on September 25, 2013, at 19:04:40

In reply to Re: Psychology assessment alexandra_k, posted by Poet on September 24, 2013, at 23:06:35

Wow. After spending a bit of time applying for jobs I want to say *well done you* on applying for so many of them! That takes a lot of guts! I'll admit that a lot of my job seeking involved my procrastinating sending off applications. I felt so demoralized... Rejections are hard... I take some kind of solace in the fact that I would have hated most of those jobs - and they would have known that. But, still...

Isn't it strange how we would rather not be rejected even when the situation is only likely to f*ck us up worse so really rejection would be the best thing?

(Like with the Uni here how I practically made them kick me out)

I don't quite understand what it is...

Thanks Poet. Your kind thoughts mean a lot to me.

Mostly this is about... Limitations on the public health system. When a country doesn't have much money but a lot of people think they need psychological treatment... There isn't enough treatment to go around. There also aren't enough treaters to go around. There also aren't enough applicants to the programs... So they needed to lower their entry criterion... THen lower their passing standards... And... Well...

Tragedy of teh commons. Or something.

But is the alternative...

Some people get nothing?

But then... How is this system not doing that already (I mean, that is what I mostly get - nothing)

I don't understand what goes wrong.

 

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