Some people love working in the mental health field. They love helping others and work in the field for many years.
Then their are others who basically enjoy working in the mental health field, but don't have a passion for it.
Then their are others who would rather do something else for a living.
Here's my question: can you go as far as becoming a psychiatrist or a psychologist if you don't have a passion for that type of work?
Considering the enormous dues you have to pay in order to go that far in the mental health field, I wouldn't think you'd be able to earn a Ph.d level degree in psychology or become an M.D. as a psychiatrist if you didn't have a full fledged passion for it.
What do you think?