Blazng a new trail
pros n cons
Date: 4/26/2011 4:30:15 AM ( 25 mon ) ... viewed 1687 times
How incredible things can change in a short period of time.
Since I last wrote (about 2 months ago), the following has happened:
1. I knew that I had finally reached breaking point and I had to halt my destructive lifestyle. (I was at the brink of self-medication and warned a school friend and admitted aloud amid tears that I knew either medicine was going to blow up in my face or I was going to die under the pressure I was under)
2.I and my school agreed that it was time to exit the university/ medical school in Singapore. I am no longer a university student nor a medical student.
3.I am packing my bags and leaving for Germany midway 2011 to rebuild my life. Thanks entirely to Andre.
4.My only goal during my transition period in Singapore is to fix my health issues and remnant emotional matters.
5. I have severed relations with my dysfunctional family.
I am cross-roads in my life with such massive changes and life-changing decisions to make. This allows me to rethink my entire perspective of my life.
1. Everything in my life takes a slower pace. This means that every task I take up is given more time to produce true quality work, hence translating to greater achievement.
2. With a slower pace, I have more time to do all the things I want to do before I die. I will not end up being one of the people who in their twilight years lament about how much they regret not having done.
3. A family life becomes a manageable plausability ie having children.
4. Possible to study a double degree (maybe Biology/ Psychology/ Neuroscience) before heading back into medical school
1. I will be very old when I finish my training as a medical professional. How will this affect my career in terms of professional success? Will Dr MK still consider teaching me privately?
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