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I was reading back over some stuff this morning to get a better feel for those here. Ran across this, are you in one of these fields, just asking, no reply necessary. My daughter is a nurse, I have 4 other close friends who are nurses, one close friend is a doctor, one close friend as a therapist, 2 close friends are paramedics, 3 close friends on the fire department and one family member on the police force. I am not sure they relish dealing with angry disgruntle people. most of these professions are done by people who want to help other people. Sometimes being nice and loving someone is just part of the job. I, myself have had my own business for most of my life, 4 different businesses. I have been dealing with people most of my life in a very close way. Many of my customers were not happy people when it came to their car or truck breaking down. And it seems that they wanted to blame someone for the situation. You spend enough time with people in a none desired relationship and views about mankind change, at least they have for me. I have been verbally beat up just a few too many times for try to help someone in a situation that was not my fault. But I still have a smile on my face. I admire your view.Lots of people are hard to love... some of what makes it more possible is framing love as behaving in loving ways, and thinking in terms of "everyone deserves kindness" even though the feeling of love may be hard to access... nurses doctors paramedics therapists having a duty of care... their professional ethics can be a behavioral guide to loving the difficult...