Our expert says:
Thanks, Maria --- there's hope for most of us yet ! I often ) for some reason more frequently until recently ) recommend that people who are becoming perhaps over self-absorned in their own problems, get involved in volunteer work, to help others and to help themselves to get things into better perspective. A "win-win" situation.
Now I wonder, with the "helper's high" theory, we know that some runners, related in part to the similarity between endorphins and opiates, can become addicted to the runner's high --- maybe some fiolks get "addicted" to helping ?
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