“But, surely offer you therapy or mental health services?” I asked an internal medicine resident and friend on the frontlines in New York City.
“No, not really. Well, there’s one person for our whole group,” they responded.
“And do people feel comfortable going to that person?” I prodded.
“Honestly, even if we had time, it could be seen as weak. Like, you don’t want to be that person that needed it. And we …