Well I plan to transfer out of here so that I can spend an extra year in university. Im definitely taking some time off after school so that I can pursue other things (research, do a masters etc.).
Well if I wanted career advice, or other options besides wanting to be a doctor I probably wouldn't be posting on here asking these things. I thought this would be common sense but apparently not. Either I can pussy out of this and end up with a job that will always leave a part of me wanting to be a doctor and as a result ultimately unhappy, or I can figure this out, keep going, and do this which is what I plan to do. So if anyone has any info on what I can do specifically in regards to things around I would very much appreciate it. Otherwise don't tell me what I can't do.
Yes I do need to get my priorities straight, thats a hard thing for me to do, but very easy for others. The problem I have is that whenever I sit down to work, I start to think about how much ive messed up my gpa, how screwed I am for med school, and it prevents me from working thus I get screwed over even more. Classic fear of failure that results in me not having the motivation to do work because Im afraid that I don't think I have what it takes. I know that I can do this, but for some reason can't stop doubting myself. What is the best and quickest way to get over this feeling?