The Project: Kuwait

Psyched with Dr.D: The Difference Between Generalization and Specialization and Knowing Your Source of Information

June 02, 2020 The Project Kuwait Season 1 Episode 154
The Project: Kuwait
Psyched with Dr.D: The Difference Between Generalization and Specialization and Knowing Your Source of Information
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The Project: Kuwait
Psyched with Dr.D: The Difference Between Generalization and Specialization and Knowing Your Source of Information
Jun 02, 2020 Season 1 Episode 154
The Project Kuwait

In this episoed Dr.D and Mahdi talk about information overload and posers who specialize in one area but think they are qulified to give out information in men til health and general wellness. Because you're a nutritionist that doesn't mean you're a life expert. 

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In this episoed Dr.D and Mahdi talk about information overload and posers who specialize in one area but think they are qulified to give out information in men til health and general wellness. Because you're a nutritionist that doesn't mean you're a life expert. 

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You are now listening to the project quake project quake project where we stop at nothing to bring you the right backs on health, fitness and psychology, featuring some of the world's most experienced professionals. So you can learn, live and play with your hosts make dumb, dirty and messy. There was a new movement where all these like actresses, they're trying to let their gray hair grow so that way they can make a move or a campaign. gray hair with women is associated with old age and gray hair and men is associated with sexiness. Why does everyone think they can be a psychologist? Nobody asks them. What are your degree, everyone could be a trainer. Everyone could be a nutritionist. And nowadays everyone could be a psychologist just because you read an article about mindfulness or well being. And let me tell you half of the stuff I've learned in school I don't even apply because it doesn't fit doesn't fit in this culture. There is no match You are ingredients that you're supposed to do A, B and C for each person. It comes with experience. At least you have a personal responsibility to say yes I am a doctor but I'm not an infection control. Even when you and I want to talk about a subject, we bring a guest that's an expert in that opinion. All this and more in today's episode, and in this episode of the project, dr. D is still wishing she had a salon open on I ever wish a salon says I need a manicure pedicure. Please help me with this man. I could do a lot of things on my own. I've learned I don't even have lashes Did you notice you don't even say anything I have lashes anyway. You know I always wear these like these extended lashes because I have no of my own lashes. And then of course I've taken them off and now I got this conditioner that I can treat my own lashes. This might be two years before they grow to what are extended lashes like what is this? I've never heard of that before. You know, but you've seen them on my eyes. Maybe they were So real but they were like extended and they look like you have to wear mascara. Sure. Hey, I know. And now I'm thinking What the hell? I look like I'm always tired because I'm not used to seeing myself with these lashes. There's no lashes. I'm so glad I'm a guy, and I'm absolutely clueless to this shit. Like all I do is pay his bills like when she goes to the salon or whatever. Why? Even if I was a female, I don't know if I could go through. Like it must be tough for you guys like waking up at like 5am for like an 8am meeting to like, do the hair the makeup I need an hour and a half especially like my hair is long. So yeah, I need an hour and a half. But how is how you're managing with that? Is it just me that is missing my salon or she? No She used to be really hardcore about the salon. Like she used to be about a month once a month she'd go to the salon. But that said I go once a week twice a week. Oh, wow. Oh my god, I'd shoot myself. She went like twice. I've saved so much money. Can't imagine. And let me just tell you, I have realized Thank you to COVID-19 by coloring my hair here. It cost me not more than three kg to buy this box. And do you know what I also noticed is that what I buy is lasting me longer than when I went to the salon. Oh really? Yes, because I have a black hair. So the gray hair shows more. It was two weeks and I'm back there with this one. Look, it's been four weeks, and it's only starting. So now I know they're rebuff. Honestly, I was like telling my friend and she said, Well, you don't know that Julia. I'm thinking like, Am I an idiot? Am I just a nice person? She's like, everybody knows that. So they don't put a lot of amino acid. So that way you can come back in two weeks. Really? I didn't know. I had no idea. I didn't know that. I she's like, yeah, I have a friend who sells the salon product. It's like that's what they do. I said, Really? I said so this explains it. I am not doing My hair coloring at the salon the nanny and I have it packed they know exactly what to do I will only go for manicure and pedicure and my lashes even though I think I'm going to start treating my lashes nicely and maybe they will naturally grow who knows what your lashes don't grow? No it's because I'm addicted to lash oh so when you put the fake ones on and when you take them off they rip off. Well yes I don't even put those no eyelashes. I want some of those. I told my son My son has such nice lashes. I said Larson Can I just have your lashes? No, it's because if you do those daily one they're not that bad. I do the extension one that you can keep for two weeks and then go for maintenance. Well 20 years of that you have gaps and you have no lashes and even though they tell you otherwise. I am I proven living being that says it is not true. They you will lose your life. But they do have this conditioner now that you can put that is supposed to give conditioning to your natural lashes to grow. Let's see. I don't have anything else to do. Since I'm in quarantine. I forgot like, let's see if they can grow. And they're like, Oh, you look tired Dr. Dinka, is it not it's because I don't have lashes. Okay? Don't tell me and it just makes me feel like I don't have anything on my eye. It's true. Even my Instagram pictures don't look nice. Even though I don't know if you're doing this segment of the project QA please dm for more how to do your lashes and we'll throw in yes free all. What do they call them the beauty beauticians on YouTube? Do you ever watch those girls? time he watches them all the time? Like why are you watching like don't do your own makeup. She's like I do it for ideas. I'm like alright, Cool I don't but I should do people telling me I should do the tutorial. Because even makeup I don't know how to put. I just put natural one but when you have lashes fake lashes, you don't really need to do a lot with your eyes but now I find like when I'm videotaping, I have to do so maybe I should do my daughter watches them all the time. She tells me how to do wax my eyebrows she's become my salon girl. She does my manicure pedicure. She learns all from the YouTube I think it's great. Hey, whatever works right like whatever works as long as she's keeping herself busy. She's learning something. I mean, that's the important thing. At least we're using natural things and we are saving money. So if it wasn't for this, I would never save money. I just realized now how much money I used to put for the salon. You know when you spend it and you go regularly, and then I justified by saying I work long hours and I work many jobs I deserve this. But when you go and you put 60 and 70 kd and now you're not doing that I feel like wow, this is maybe it's not about my hair color. 70 Katie, because as long Oh wow, that's gonna cost me three k d, and I would rather pay half of that to the nanny for doing it then pay 70 k DSLR for what? and it lasts longer. Oh, seriously? See, I don't do any of that shit. I go to the barber once every three months. All right, like I wait until my hair is absolutely I get a cut really short. And then I just let it grow out for three, maybe four, maybe five months. I don't color it. I like the whole salt and pepper thing that I got going on. And personally, I enjoy looking my age maybe a little bit older. Because I think there's a certain because men are allowed to do that we women always have to look like when men are allowed to do that. You'd be surprised how many 50 close to six year old guys that I work with that still color their beard in their mustache. And I asked one of the guys I said Dude, I was like look, what's the point Have coloring your mustache like, why don't you? There's wisdom with age in my opinion, I think there's a lot of wisdom that comes with age and showing your age shows your wisdom at times. And this guy's like, No, you know, for the young women, I'm like, dude, you mean you both know that there are no young women in your life. This guy is, like, wrapped around his wife's finger. Like, seriously. I was like me and you both those No, you know, I have a girlfriend like, No, you don't. I was like, Don't lie, you know, but it's like, I don't understand the older guys. That's still I don't know. It's just personal. Personally, I'd rather work on working out every day and not losing that time. As opposed to going to the salon to get my moustache dyed or whatever, which would be cool. I wouldn't mind but just for me, it doesn't. I think our culture welcomes men that if they don't do that, it's still okay. And if they do that, it's still okay for women to start having gray hair and to grow it out. You'll see that a lot of times that is thrown against it, especially If you are doing media stuff or if you're, I mean if you're just a regular person, a mom, for example, or somebody that's not on TV, or someone that is not really doing a lot of like spotlight stuff, but most of the time if you see these superstars on TV, you see that these women are always coloring their hair. Now we didn't have a problem when Richard Gere was salt and pepper. We don't have a problem with Brad Pitt and Tom Cruise. None of them we have problems. We still think of them as handsome and sexy. But do you see any of the women they've been with or even the other women are getting older? None show you their gray hair. Richard Gere. What's his name? The dude that was on er. Oh, that was on there. Yeah, shoot. I can't remember his name. Anyway. He's the first guy that did the salt and pepper thing. Now what not George Clooney. It was George Clooney. Yeah. George Clooney. Yeah, he didn't wasn't George. Yeah, George Clooney first came out with the salt. Okay, it looks handsome. But wait, why can't women Why can't actress women or high influential women do the same movement? Why wouldn't we have and who are now there's a new movement because of quarantine and they can go to their hairstyle salon there was a I was just reading that there is a new movement where all these like actresses, they are trying to let their gray hair grow so that way they can make a mover campaign. But let me tell you when we go back to the norm, they're all going to be back to their salon all covering their gray hair. Because gray hair with women is associated with old age and gray hair and men is associated with sexiness and handsomeness and is it really though? Yeah, I find men with gray hair very sexy. That's all done pepper especially then I'm hot. Here you would have that wide I should go to some spots of like young women in it. Hey would kill me. She heard me tell her to listen to this episode. She probably see what did that lady do in Arizona caught her husband's penis and then threw it in there down the road. Yeah is the lady bobbitt right. She's the but it leads into what we want to talk about tonight where society we have all these people telling us what we should do what we shouldn't do. And right now I think with the COVID-19, and the Coronavirus, and we're both talking about and this pisses me off more than anything. When a dietitian comes on and starts saying emotional well being, dude, you're not a psychologist. How much is that? Because that drives me up the wall. Man, you don't want me to get started because I will go off. I am so sick. I don't even watch my Instagram anymore. I just go in and then I get these people that are like, and then I was like, this other person I saw there was an advertisement that she's doing a workshop on something psychology. I texted her and I said, Can you please explain to me what exactly is this? Because I don't understand why people that are it or are they these people that are like doing these different things. They're not even psychologists. Why does everyone think they can be a psychologist? And then it's like she couldn't even give me an exact example. She probably realized that I was like wondering, what is your qualification? What kills me is that why are people listening to these individuals? Especially when it comes to nutrition? What I've noticed is that nutritionist, I don't even know what some of these people's degree and nobody asks them. What are your degree, everyone could be a trainer, everyone could be a nutritionist. And nowadays everyone could be a psychologist just because you read an article about mindfulness or well being suddenly now you're an expert. Like, I don't go until a plastic surgeon how to do his job. I don't give advice on plastic surgery. Why do they think it is okay? But what bothers me even more, the only reason these people are continuing to do it is because they have followers. Why are these followers really following people that are fake? If it's not your Why isn't anyone saying a comment to them and say, How do you know this? Why are we always shy away from confronting people who are in a field that is there? No. One field and they're giving advice on another field, especially in my field. Everyone thinks they could be a psychologist. Everyone thinks they can give you an advice. You go on Instagram, this person is telling you how to do self discipline. This person is telling you how to deal with crisis. this other person is giving you hands on routine. Are you serious? Because they read an article. It doesn't make sense to me at all. Well, most people take a little bit of knowledge and they spread a whole line of buttered bullshit on it and run with it. For me, it's the medical stuff right now. And I don't know when this episode is gonna air but I'm sure everyone heard about Trump's debacle when he told people to start ingesting Clorox and lice. So now we have a lot of people and I don't want to pick on only nutritionists, but there are a number of nutritionists that I follow and trainers and coaches that I also follow that give out advice that isn't in their realm. If you're not a doctor Or a psychologist or someone that has the adequate credentials to give out that information. That's wrong on you, especially when people actually take your words as a. And what bothers me big time is when people are giving out medical advice, and they're not doctors, because someone that is desperate for a solution and you could probably second this because you're a psychologist, when people are desperate, they will try anything. And I saw someone, they published something it was a study today, saying that a specific fruit or something contain some enzymes against COVID-19 bah bah, bah, bah, bah. And, like five people will believe that and they'll eat that fruit to death, thinking that they're immune to it because they ate so much of it. So Oh, I must have all the nutrients and I must have the defense's, when in reality, that study might have been done on five people. People have to understand that when someone publishes a study, go and read that study, find out what the sample group was, find out if it was in a controlled environment because we know control environments yield a better result, correct? dr. D? Yeah, of course. But the idea is, is that it's just the same as like it's from. And then he's like, he's not taking responsibility, of course. But the point of the matter is that regardless, if you are in that kind of a high powered position, when you are trying to be I don't even know why you want to be sarcastic when we were talking about COVID-19. And this is not the time but beside the point, there are other people that are, for example, taking time, when you have a lot of followers, for example, or people really trust in your judgment. They're gonna take everything you say, seriously. So when you get somebody like Trump saying, I was being sarcastic or whatever people need to understand that your position, just your position, despite that you wanted that position or not. Or despite that, you really want people to listen to you having that power, that position being a president of a country like that. Obviously, regardless if you were just throwing it You were exploring it was having a word diary of just talking out loud The idea is is that remember, there's going to be a lot of effects in that. I mean, just because after they said that they were so all of these disinfectant companies sending warning signs saying, Please read the label on that. Please don't drink it, please don't do this. And then Maryland, the governor of Maryland, came out and said, they were like so many costs to the hotline, the point of the matter, even here, even with Instagram, okay, so you got a lot of followers. You know, some people, if you ask them, they're like, well, they don't have to listen to me. That's just my opinion. You're right. But we have a personal responsibility, social responsibility to be able to represent whatever title we are giving to ourselves, because there are going to be people who are vulnerable, who are going to listen to you. So when you confront these individuals, the answer is, well, they don't have to listen to me that was just my opinion, or I didn't tell them to do that. People don't really understand the power that they have, especially when you've got people following you. And when do we say it's enough? When do we say You got to be able to use your label and your degrees in the right way. Why? Why is it that people medical advice, like people are not even medical doctors are telling you to drink vitamin D? Because that's going to help your immune system. I don't know what all these like Bs, maybe it will work. But why is this person who has nothing to do with medical fields or vitamin fields? Yeah. Why are they telling us but why are people listening to it? This what kills me? The people that are putting it out there? I'm pissed off at them. But why are people listening to why desperation? I think at the end of the day, a lot of it comes down to people are desperate right now especially for answers and they see someone throwing out whatever evidence and they're like, Okay, I'm going to follow it or they see a research study. And this goes back to what I was saying a little while ago. There are a lot of people that publish researches on their stories. Yeah. And then their data set their data shit, or they get this research paper, they read it they see someone Oh, this place, you know, Journal of whatever published it. Alright, great. So there was a research conducted on 45 people, does that adhere to the other 6 billion people that are in the world? No. Yeah, I mean, because you know, sample size equates for a big portion of whether it's valid or not, and whether it will work for everybody, right? This is the media propaganda, right? So they'll tell you this article said this, but I also hold people accountable that when you are reading this, you don't need a PhD to realize I'm reading this is just one form of information. Nothing is black and white. What people need to understand that this nutritionist is saying this, okay, I listen to it. And then this other one is saying, I just gather information, I go do my own research. What happens is that we also as citizens have responsibility to be able to hold these people accountable. Is it really true, is it not true? Go check with somebody that really has the right degrees. The same thing as I tell people, when they're asking me Who should I go to or who's a good Psychologists I say to them, and even my students, the first thing you want to do, you're there you're paying service. They are obligated to tell you what is their degrees are in. Are they licensed? Are they not licensed? What is their experience? Why are people shy as to you know, I've been in this field for such a long time. I can give you just maybe a short number of people that have asked me what are my degrees? And maybe they've googled me, okay, but even if you google me, why are people not asking me? What are your certification? What are your degrees? Where did you get? Why are people shy? It boggles my mind when people go to a doctor or somebody that's supposed to be certified. We don't know anything about them. Seriously. No, exactly. Honestly, it's BS. At the end of the day, I think people really need to err on the side of caution right now, you know, especially with everything that's happening. And if you are going to take something from a source and you're going to look at people that are publishing things on their Instagrams or whatever it is, or Facebook or whatnot. We'll go to that. Study, look at the sample size, look at how it was tested. Look at who it was tested on what segments, there's so much that goes into it, then research doesn't always solve the problem and research papers don't. I'm sure you've seen it what might work on one patient won't work on 10 dozen other patients, right? And let me tell you half of the stuff I've learned in school, I don't even apply because it doesn't fit. It doesn't fit in this culture. There is no menu or ingredients that you're supposed to do A, B and C for each person. It comes with experience. And the ideas is that have you noticed that most people that are like on Instagram or social media, they say research says Yeah, and that's it. And the thing is, is that we are so gullible, that anybody that says research says we think that they're smart, which means that they probably are right, and we should believe them. It's like we don't really question what this research means. What research are they really talking about? You want to just listen to them, listen to them. When start When COVID-19 started in quarantine, like lots of professionals and expert people were going out saying don't listen to rumors, just look at these websites. And these are the only places you should hear from, like Ministry of Health and World Health Organization, and, and so on. There are a number of sites that are being proven to be liable. And the other ones were all rumors. So if we can do that, why is it that we cannot teach people, people that are like calling themselves nutritionist and calling themselves or trainers even people calling themselves psychologists that only have a bachelor. The idea is, is that okay, you have a bachelor in psychology. How does that make you a psychologist? I mean, that is my pet piece. It's like, seriously, why? How much information can you really acquire? And when I got my bachelor, I knew shit. I just had a bachelor in psychology and have an experience. I wasn't in a program that gave you internship either. And I volunteered just because I wanted to volunteer. But other than that, there were people that graduated with me to know nothing either. How am I going to go out down an institution And say you should do this breathing. And then some people like download some websites that you can or like links that you can use, and they really want to make themselves feel an expert nowadays with the social media is like, people really aren't doing this is called false advertisement. And then they're not. But the thing is that for me, for example, like I would be worried to put an information out there, that's going to affect someone, and then later hold me accountable because I'm the one that made this person, act or behave in these things. Like do these people not have the same sense of conscience? I don't get it. Do they not think that what they're saying can be dangerous? I don't know. Most of the time, they just probably buy into their own bullshit. I mean, personally, whenever I've published something on the project, I've always said it depends. And I've always stated, the sample size. And I've always stated an argument for and against. And I think that's the important thing that some people need to look at also, we talked about this in previous episodes of false I have people faking it till they make it the life coaches and all that crap. And I think right now as as if you are an influencer or you have an influence of 1000 people that follow you, let's say for someone that has 1000 or 500 people that actually follow them, you have to be wary of what you're telling these people. And if you say, vitamin C and some zinc is going to keep you away from Corona, then that's wrong on you because they might believe you and go out. You know, like that's, that's where my biggest problem comes into play. That's where my biggest issue is right now is specially with the medical professionals. If a doctor tells you then Okay, even with a doctor, I still question that shit sometimes. Because not every doctor really knows you have to be an infection control doctor to know about this. So that's another problem is that people think is just any doctor will say anything. There are some doctors I really respect. They'll call go on and Instagram and say look, I don't know anything about COVID this is not really my I just know these things that I've read. Read, like at least you have a personal responsibility to say yes, I am a doctor, but I'm not an infection control. It's the same thing for me. Even when you and I want to talk about a subject, we bring a guest, that's an expert in that opinion. Yeah, we know a little bit about it. And then we bring in experts so that way the information is coming from someone that knows, we cannot just go out there. And just because any doctor, if you have a personal responsibility, you have to qualify yourself and say to yourself, I have heard this, or I saw this, I'm not really sure this is what people do. But because we have such a narcissistic society, and people that just want to get themselves to be known, they'll make it look like it's 100%. And that's not true. And that is should be illegal. Yeah. should be illegal that but if you go out there and say to I think there's a difference between people that are responsible and say, Look, I heard this I read this today and I wanted to discuss it with you or there are some statistics saying this, but I'm not sure I understand but to go out there and pretend like you're a psychologist just because you read one article and suddenly now you know how to do hypnotherapy because you took one course doesn't really make sense. Again, for me I have a lot of ethics, I've values and I feel like I need to be true to my values. Do these people not have the same sense of responsibility? I don't know. I have no idea is money matters more nowadays don't money. I don't think they're going after money. I think from more of them, they're addicted to this false love and false sense of fame that they're chasing for, especially for some people that missed the boat on the Instagram or the Insta Fluence or whatever the frig, they call it now. But I mean, a lot of people, I just see them, they're spewing out a lot of it. My cousin's a doctor, okay. My cousin is a doctor. He is testing people every day. God bless him for that. And I think all the medical professionals right now there there are soldiers fighting. I salute them. Yep. And I was like, oh, have you seen what so and so posted and he goes, dude I stopped unfollowing all those people, he was like, it's bullshit. They are throwing out some pseudoscience. They're not doctors. He was like, I will tell you right now, we don't know what's going on with COVID-19 there are so many different strains that are popping up. They're different symptoms that people are having. He was like, we don't know, we're still learning. He's like, this is essentially eight months old. You know, he's like, that's what it is. He was like, don't believe it. Unless you see it published. He was like, unless you see something on like, CNN or Fox, where both of them agree. Like, this is like a cure and it's they found the vaccine. Don't believe this shit. And I agree with him. 100% Yes, elderberry and ashwagandha. They have thousands of years of research or thousands of years of use against the common cold, but they're not going to support you against fucking carnivore virus or anything for that matter. And it's just like, I don't know, I honestly it's just pissing me off more and more. But for you guys, for you, psychologists. I mean, everyone's a shrink now. So I love it. I just love seeing what they spew out. And I'm just like, Do you even know who Freud is? You know, for most of these people, I bet you if you dm them and said, You know who Freud is, they would be clueless. Yeah, of course. And like I said, people really don't understand that our job has a sense of responsibility, really, to be honest. Like he said, the same issue I had with these like, coaching. So coaching now there are allowing themselves to be called doctors, and they have gone to one year or two years of whatever training and suddenly now they can give you advice. They're not allowed to be diagnosing, but they do. Like when do we say it's enough? And you know, I'm not going to wait for like laws to be implemented. Because that's like a long way from now. I feel like people really need to be more responsible. You're paying for a service, or to ask this person how much do they really know if you're going to see them for counseling, but if you are in Instagram, why are people following them? Like for me, I unfollow anyone that I find them to be untruthful or They're annoying, or they're telling you stuff I know it's wrong. And maybe I should send a message and saying Why are you saying this? Is it untruthful? Or is it self belief? Like is it I believe in myself and believe in what I'm saying so much, that I don't see that I'm crossing that line. And then for the people that are following them, I mean, a lot of them are followers, for instance, the word follow, they follow people and follow what they say. So you're kind of like, it kind of sucks for both sides. Because this guy doesn't really understand what he's doing is wrong. Or this other person doesn't really understand that what he or she is doing is wrong. Does that make any sense? Yeah, but it's wrong. Either way. I mean, no, it's not self belief. The idea is, is that this person wants to act like he's an expert, because they didn't have time to go to a proper school and get the proper certification. That's not my problem. So these people just want to have a label of being an expert without really having to work hard for it. And then so it's their personal responsibility. Even If you are, some people might think, well, it's not harming anyone. If I told you vitamin D is good for your immune system, vitamin D doesn't harm. Maybe they're right. Maybe what they're saying is that they're not saying like, you're gonna you're having a heart attack, go get a surgery, but the information in their mind is not that harmful, and I read it. So there's truth to it somewhere. I think it's our personal responsibility if people would have more ethics, maybe that's the problem. Right now, people are much more busy trying to be famous than to implement their ethics. We have less and less people in the professional field that have less ethics, they don't have any values or so the idea is, is that Is it wrong to say a statement like vitamin D or zing, or like that fashionista that was saying? didn't even say I read it somewhere because there were a lot of things out there that saying that if you drink a lot of hot liquids is going to remove some of the virus from your chest. Okay, why didn't you just say I read this? Just a fashionistas. You could have come out and said Look, you guys, I was reading this, this is what I heard. I'm not sure how it's true, but I just wanted to share it with you. Now that would not be unethical to me, because then it's my decision to want to try it or not. Why are people coming out there? Like I said, it's not really self belief is like they have low self confidence. They're not confident in the information they have in whatever field it is. So they wanted to add another layer to their knowledge seriously. So now you want to be a psychologist because just being whatever it is that you are is not enough. And psychology despite what people think I'd Why don't just sit I mean, a lot of people think our job is easy because I just sit and I listen to people's problem. It's a responsibility. I have a big responsibility with all my patients because I know whatever I'm going to say to them is going to affect them. So I have to even me, when they ask me things that I don't know, like medication, I'm not a psychiatrist. I know some stuff about medication from experience, but I always say, I don't really know. Let me check with the psychiatry Or you check with your psychiatrists always qualifying it. I can also pretend that I have an MD. And when a patient and I have a lot that asked me, Do you think I should do right now for Amazon, for example, they asked me, Do you think I should take both those that after photo? It's not my job? Yeah. I say to them, I'm not really sure I get a check. I could just lie to them. And believe me there, believe me. It's not even lying. I would say, yeah, I think it's okay. And they would do it. But then tomorrow, when they have major symptoms, they might not die. But they might have major symptoms, and they're going to blame me. Why would I want to put myself in that situation? No, 100%. And I think you'd have to write in the button. I agree with you completely. And it's coming down to ethical values, and hopefully people smarten up both sides of the fence. Because I mean, people just feed their egos too. So I think that's the other side of it, too, is what do you do when people are feeding into it? What is it positive reinforcement, right, it would be positive reinforcement for a negative action. Correct, yeah. Then of course, because, look, it's a responsibility of both people, maybe people will get mad at me because they're gonna say, Why are you putting it on me? I'm just the follower, like you are qualifying them. I say you are the follower, but you are also in a position to being your following. Which the same thing as paying for a service you are following. That means you're giving this person an ability or opportunity to follow them because you really believe in their skills. People should are smart. You don't need a PhD to know that this person is a beautician. Why is she talking to me about how to sleep better? Seriously? How is this person I don't know anything about insomnia? Like we as human beings, as listeners, we should start thinking a little bit. Why are we not thinking why are we all hypnotized by following people and just don't question them. This is what I don't understand. Yeah, I mean, it doesn't matter how much I like the person I like a lot of people and I follow people that I respect, but tomorrow and maybe because I have a Big Mouth, but tomorrow, if they say something, I don't understand, I research it, I understand it. And I put it out there in a question to them, or even have to attack them. Why are people worried about questioning these, ya know, 100% bloggers and why what I mean, it's I don't understand. So there's two positions here. I hold the followers, I hold them accountable, to be able to listen to this information and stay quiet. And I also hold accountable the person that is putting the information out there, that their lack of ethics, like I said, I think what they're justifying it is that it's not plastic surgery and that same information that will kill you, like not like Trump, disinfect that. Now. That was a from all the comments that would be like the mostly. So a lot of these people are not making lethal comments, at least the ones I've seen, but at the same time, it doesn't matter. There's no raid zero to 110. I mean, zero to 1010 more lethal. So let me do five. Yeah, there is another opportunity. If you're really interested in learning more about psychological get a degree in psychology, leave the psychologists do their job. I leave the surgeons do their job, leave the nutritionist if everyone would mind their own business, maybe we can collaborate. Maybe if this nutritionist or trainer they don't know invite someone on your Instagram and let them talk. That's what we do. That's what Roger quake does. We bring all the experts to the forefront within Kuwait. Now it's adequate. That's the whole point of it. That's the point of this podcast is to bring experts out to the forefront so people can learn from these experts. You know, we had Dr. Ziegler on his episode will air he was an AI professional. We had doctors on that were on the front lines of COVID-19. We had Lara Niecy on from Italy who was living through COVID-19 when it first started, and what pissed me off with that is someone sent us a message saying, oh, what can we learn from Italy? And I'm like, you dumb ass. You idiot. Like when someone falls, you find out how did they fall? Why did they fall and how can I prevent myself from from Right. It's just some people are just stupid in my opinion. Yeah, especially when it comes to the masses. And we've talked about it before in previous episodes. And I think we did it with in the life coach episode where we talked about how the masses can be stupid at times. And it's true. And I just want to leave everybody with a thought of, if someone claims that they have research that support something, then you yourself should go out there and question that person who put that article on there. Find out what the study was about, who conducted the study, what they found in the research, how the data was collected, because that's another one and you could second this surveys sometimes are inadequate, the sample size, the response and spanked the research methodology, the findings, whether they were generalized or situational, and take it from there and then leave it to your own general opinion to find out and I guarantee you, you'll come up with the same exact friggin conclusion I always come up with this friggin is like 5050 either way, you know what I mean? Which a lot of research points do. It's true. And you know, I'm an academic, let me tell you. I know a lot of people in academic, they make up their stats, I know that we're not supposed to. And I know we're supposed to be professional, and that's against ethics. So if they ever get caught, they'll be fired. But I know, there are people that are dying to go in the rank of like their academic rank. In America, they're dying to have that tenure track or become a professor that they will have because you have to be published, or you have to write a book. I can tell you, I know a lot of people who've made up things who've fabricated things, even big names, actually, that now they've done research on them, and they've realized they were big for no reason. Yeah. So ethics and values is questioned all the time, especially when it comes to research. So the idea is, is that I read a lot of articles but I just get the information. I don't apply at hundred percent. I look at the numbers. I actually person have to ask myself, does this really make sense for me? Or does it not? Again, we want to hold people accountable that are in those positions. But obviously if they lack values and ethics and I don't follow them know, they continue to give me advice on psychology and I know they're not psychologists, people should have the show they should have the common sense to unfollow, for God's sake, why are you staying following because you like this person, because they don't want to hurt their feelings when they find out you unfollowed them. But if we don't do that, and we don't make a stand, more and more of these fakeness will continue. More and more of these people would give advice that are not necessary because you know, and also then it's not necessary because there are other people giving the same advice that are qualified. Yeah, it's just not like they're sharing information. No one else will share. Vitamin D and zinc. Let me tell you, there's a lot of doctors who are qualified are sharing that information. So why hear it from these individuals hear it from the right source? And the question At white people, they need to stop feeling bad about confronting, feeling bad about unfollowing I don't care I've unfollowed people. Look, I follow you. I liked you. And then when I realize your material is becoming shit, I unfollow it's my right and people need to really exercise that right just so everybody knows I give you all the permission to unfollow dr. D. Yeah, I'm just gonna unfollow just doesn't care. I don't care. I'm your I am very cool. Ah, I hate it. But you know, I've been told I should speak more in Arabic, but I really hate it. I hate hearing it. But whatever. You know, as long as the message is out there, I like when you're more natural. I like you on the project. I love it when you're on the project. Yes, you are so natural. When we do like our little things together. It's so natural. I love catching you off guard. Because you're like, Wait, what? And then I'm like, Yeah, I explained it to myself in my head and you're like, but you didn't explain it to me. But I think we can get there. I think I know I wish I could. But we haven't done Arabic And we need to do Arabic in the project. Yeah, you could do the Arabic. I hate Arabic. Oh my god, I listened to an Arabic interview that I did with the Kuwaiti. Yeah. But I mean, it's so hard because like, I can speak it at work and everything. But when I'm interviewing someone, it's so much harder because I haven't practice. You know what I mean? Like I practice English interview. Yeah. When I was interviewing Dalai Lama, she's a CrossFit coach, bodybuilder, whatever. And her interview was in Arabic. I really listened to it. And I was like, Oh my god, I am horrible in Arabic, and I take 50% or 60% of one. So it didn't even matter. But I mean, I leave it to the guests if the guest is good. Good episode, if the guest sucks, then it's gonna be a shady episode here. So but on that note, I have to tell you before I forget, a lot of my students have been calling About how they've seen that you're promoting them the project or they've seen the project somewhere so they've been telling me a lot lately that I should tell you and I keep on forgetting so it means that we're doing a good job of a lot of people are realizing we have the project to wait so