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As a physician you wear the hat of caretaker, educator, leader, manager, facilitator—and that’s just in medicine. When you consider all you do for your family and friends, it’s easy to see how overwhelming it can become. Maybe you receive advice from well-meaning family, friends, and peers who do not fully grasp everything that’s on your plate. Or maybe you try going it alone, not wanting others to know that sometimes you need support. And sometimes you feel that all your efforts go unappreciated, especially in these uncertain times in medicine.
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