Many would agree that there are great evils being perpetrated in the world today. Corporations have grown so large and powerful that they are able to pursue their selfish interests at the expense of the general public, and often to the severe detriment of the average person. They have so much money that they can manipulate legislation in their favor through political contributions, and can influence public opinion through control of the media. This has reached the point that there is a growing distrust of the media, and frustration with governments that are serving corporate interests rather than those of the electorate. The same applies to healthcare. The bureaucratization of healthcare in many countries has limited medical doctors abilities to provide adequate care because half of their time (literally) is taken up with paperwork that is required for reimbursement and for protection against lawsuits for malpractice. This leaves many careseekers with less time with their doctor. Not only does this limit the focused intervention on the presenting medical or surgical problems, but it also makes it very difficult if not impossible for the careseeker to mention, or for the doctor to invite, exploration of psychological and social issues that might be contributing to the presenting problems. One of the most common complaints today is that The doctor doesnt take time to listen to me.