With all due respect, the child care options described vary wildly depending on where you are. I can absolutely say that if my child was sick and my spouse couldn't take care of her, we'd struggle to find someone on short notice, especially when even some of the respite care options in my area have limitations on age, illness, and get full. I'm fortunate enough to have a spouse that is flexible, but I don't delude myself into thinking that everyone is as lucky as I am.
Its the same process of blaming the individual for their "lack of resilience" instead of the pressure cooker that placed them at risk. Its like blaming the narcotic addict for being hooked on painkillers when they were injured on the job, had to keep working due to a lack of finances, and were given a bunch of long-term opioids by their doc for their chronic pain (so that they could physically keep working). Yeah, if only that guy had more will power, right? Not money in his bank account, a better job with disability/workman's comp, a better education, or a more responsible doc...What exactly do you think causes burn out if you claim it can be prevented by a single resident being "proactive in developing strategies to help avoid it"? I'd love to hear your proactively developed strategies to help avoid dealing with hostile patients, malignant attendings, 30+ hour shifts, etc.