"As doctors, our whole careers, we compartmentalize. I mean, you're taking care of patients, dying babies. You see traumatic car accidents where a whole family gets killed. And then you're going home and hearing about your daughter's soccer game. So you've learned early on that work is work, and then you'd let it go. Otherwise you just get consumed by the death and disease that you see. So I think, if anyone's prepared, honestly — healthcare providers are. We go to work, function through the anxiety and the fears, channel them, and try to be productive. Then, you come home and you live your life."