I am going into my sophomore year in high school, and I feel more and more stressed about my future as I get older. I know that it is always more beneficial to start planning early, but I am unsure what I really want to for in the future.
Currently, I am a dancer with a well-known ballet school where I dance 20+ hours weekly, and I want to continue my dance training throughout high school. In the perfect world, I would also like to continue dance in college. However, I am still centered around my academic learning, and I want to become a psychiatrist (no, not a clinical psychologist), physiotherapist, or physical therapist.
I see how I continue dance and have it contribute to my future if I were to become a physiotherapist or physical therapist, but I don't see how it can help shall I choose to pursue psychiatry. I know the medical field itself is very demanding, and psychiatry is not exempt from that, making dance seem more like a distraction. Still, I do not want to give up dance any time soon. If anyone has advice or insight to how I could possibly manage majors and minors in college, I would be grateful for your help!