These words of encouragement from Kevin Hayden:
You will, I bet, choose the necessary course. Sometimes (since I've done social work) that requires a psychic retreat to heal the healer. Such retreats never last, as there's always more lives at risk and always more that require extra attention.
Not all will be saved and we have to trust that life's chosen moments include proper moments to cease.
Trust your heart. Those of us who catch glimpses of it do, and for good reason. Folks who love you, even at a distance, would naturally wish you proper health, proper rest, and all the same good that you provide others.
So the moments you choose for your own renewals are just as vital as are the others you carry your missions to. Your life, too, is worth the extraordinary effort, worth the heroic rescue.
Do what you can and do what you must. It is not just the babies you save that adds value. You inspire thousands more (at least) to persist against long odds, to resist the uncaring, to remember that every life deserves extra attention.
You will inspire just as many to care for themselves when you take your retreats to take care of you.
Remember the old TV series 'Mission Impossible'? Only the tapes self-destructed. And the missions proved possible.
Do what you must. And never fear asking others for help when the bad guys are near.