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Don't u guys think sometimes that medicine is just too much?

I LOVE medicine. I am actually married to medicine at this point of my life

and i know this marriage is going to last forever but sometimes, I just step back and take a look at my busy life & think... WTH? Am I crazy or some of u out there share these feelings?
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Don't u guys think sometimes that medicine is just too much?

I LOVE medicine. I am actually married to medicine at this point of my life

and i know this marriage is going to last forever but sometimes, I just step back and take a look at my busy life & think... WTH? Am I crazy or some of u out there share these feelings?

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Medicine needs dedication
For us life expectancy should be 200yrs cause half of it is needed to complete medicine and build a career
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agreed. some days i know we all wish we could something easier and lazier. I know i do. but

Medicine will pay off.
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lol true I am 33 going to be 34 , just 26 more years to be 60 and i wonder if what iam doing is right

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