There’s a level of comfort there that I would always find in that. But the compassion and the empathy was second to none throughout my journey and when I did encounter somebody who maybe was having a bad day for whatever reason it was tough. I found that really tough on the recovery road and nobody’s perfect. Nobody, I’m not perfect nobody’s perfect, but whether it is, I guess it doesn’t matter what the patient is diagnosed with or dealing with to have the healthcare providers know that we want to get better too. We don’t want to be lingering in your offices or on the hospital wards or anywhere else. But we just don’t know and it becomes, again, patience and understanding and that compassion to help; to help us and allow us to help them in treating us. So patience would be is a virtue we’ll leave it at that.