Really, it's like your friend who has a high conflict marriage. You're constantly hearing about how the partner did something Just Awful (and, hey, they probably _did_ something that was Just Awful or at least mind-bogglingly insensitive), but your friend doesn't ever want to leave for a wide variety of reasons (which, to be fair, are often excellent reasons). For the first few rounds of this, you're thinking, I should research divorce lawyers and figure out how to help with the kids' transition and blah blah bleeping blah.
But after a while, you're like, yup, that was Just Awful. Yup, you're not going to leave. If you can think of something I can do to help out -- including listening to the latest developments -- I'll do my very best, because that's what friends do.
If you're worried about Grexit, I think that's how you should be feeling about Grexit. And you should feel like Draghi is kind of amazing, to have stolen a page from divorce mediation, and having the various sides of the divide in separate rooms, with lawyers and mediators ferrying back and forth, so the opponents don't actually have to share the same air.