I'm a Fixer.
Yes, I've been told - "You're a fixer". Hmm.. what does one say to that? Is it good? Is it bad? I suppose it depends on the circumstances and the person or situation that needs 'fixin'.
Sometimes I think its best to just sit back, listen, give hugs, but let that person feel their pain, their anxiety and uncertainity. Sometimes the pain is necessary for growth and development.
I'm trying to discern when to intervene. But I am a nurse with a Florence Nightingale, PolyAnna Complex. I will love you. I will nuture you... and I will try to comfort you and make it all better.... You can't stop me, so don't even try.