Like, I did not think it was a big deal when I said I was having a miscarriage, but that was a huge deal to a huge number of people. He is one of the most famous safari guides in the world, and he says he tells people to “never run away from an animal. It’s very hard to tell which of our secrets are huge and which are small. Then run.” And there was one time when he was guiding a man and woman through some elephants, and a mother elephant started chasing them. They ran for about half a mile, and they still hadn’t gotten away. That if the alternative is terrible, we can keep running.
A perfectionist who lives only for her work, Martha has difficulty relating to the world other than through food.These days too many people are being labeled (or labeling themselves) "workaholics" just for putting in a few extra hours per week.The truth is that in this poor economy, many of these people are working extra hard just to keep their jobs.Real workaholics have few (if any) outside interests. They often have health problems and suffer from depression and deep insecurities.Like any addiction, they repeat destructive behaviors despite knowing that they’re destructive.Workaholics work because they have nothing else to take its place.Their work addiction is a recurring obsession, and typically joyless.You literally have NO stopwatch, no clock and no stop button on your system.All you know is that there is a task at hand and you are the person to get that shit done.Her single-minded obsession with her culinary craft occasionally leads to unpleasant confrontations with customers.Consequently, the restaurant owner, Frida (Sibylle Canonica), requires her to see a therapist (August Zirner) to work out her poor interpersonal skills.