When I started out in practice years ago, I firmly believed that to earn my fee, I had to do something for the patient. Unless I gave a shot, stitched a wound or at least wrote a prescription, I felt that I had not earned my fee. Only after many years of practice did I realize what psychiatrists and the clergy have always understood: Sometimes the role of listener is the most important one you can play.

Arthur D. Silk, MD

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