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MS3 just trying to cope. passionate about quality of life, health equity, vaccinations, repro health, and physician wellness. bi. timshel. #medstudenttwitter

Joined on January 12, 2020
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So can I gift myself a second night of food and alcohol and nothing but relaxation before I start my next rotation Monday orrrrrrrrrr

Also for the record I am a big advocate of doing what serves your happiness and is best for you but I hate to see a rough time and discouragement rob someone else of a career that once was the dream ya know?

but rn 11/10 discouragement and feeling out of place and I’m hoping that someone else can reassure that there are lots of people in medicine who aren’t uptight and that one can get into radiology with a not-perfect track record.

he’s also interested in radiology or other diagnostic/thinking heavy fields but is worried some academic stumbling blocks are going to bar him from those fields (and has been told that by other people.) Ultimately I’ll think he’ll be a great physician-

Not all of those things needed of course- just someone I care about deeply has had a Not Good Time and is wondering whether they should just call it quits. And if everyone has their heads up their ass in medicine or if that’s just academia.

Hey. I’d love to find a mentor/reassuring voice for someone who is important to me. Especially if you’re a black male in radiology who maybe also didn’t have a great time in med school, questioned whether medicine was for you and/or had academic highs and lows.

and $100 like...... ....... I’m still speechless

The moral of this story is my brother is incredibly bold but also ask for everything

Quoted @thatsochianti

what kind of gifts did yall receive from ur parents for having good grades? i rly wanna know

bruh I got a 4.0 year in and year out and one day, my 3.85 gpa brother goes “can I get $100 for every A?” and my parents said yes! to motivate him! and when I asked why I didn’t get that, I was told “you never asked & you’re intrinsically motivated!” https://t.co/siMP3mGmIx

Am I getting drunk in the hotel room right now Absolutely this is hallowed post step tradition like what else is there to do

Desperate times calls for desperate measures LOL! DM me if you are interested in having me, or fill out the preceptor form link below for my school if you are open to precepting some of my classmates! #MedTwitter #MedSchoolTwitter

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Desperate times calls for desperate measures LOL! DM me if you are interested in having me, or fill out the preceptor form link below for my school if you are open to precepting some of my classmates! #MedTwitter #MedSchoolTwitter https://t.co/JmF81Mwr51 https://t.co/zxHfJ6NJ0H

Thank you so so much for all the encouragement it truly made a difference 🥰😭

Also I clearly left all my brain power on the exam room floor because I walked into the men’s restroom not once but twice. And bless IU they put out snacks for us. https://t.co/DUsPsOxuy4

Also I clearly left all my brain power on the exam room floor because I walked into the men’s restroom not once but twice. And bless IU they put out snacks for us. https://t.co/DUsPsOxuy4

Step 2 CK is over with ✌🏻🥰 (It has been for a few hours but I needed a three hour nap lol) I honesty felt good about it??? Like that scares me to say in case I’m wrong but- I honestly think I tracked pretty closely to my practice exams.

Do you remember your cafeteria workers in school? All of mine were >65 y/o.

They all worked part-time 9 months a year. They were grandparents. Almost all were women. 

I think about them a lot with school reopening. Rural America doesn’t have many “lunch ladies” to spare. https://t.co/3KufWE7yKC

Do you remember your cafeteria workers in school? All of mine were >65 y/o. They all worked part-time 9 months a year. They were grandparents. Almost all were women. I think about them a lot with school reopening. Rural America doesn’t have many “lunch ladies” to spare. https://t.co/3KufWE7yKC

12 hours until Step 2 CK starts feel free to leave your pep talk below 🥺 reminding myself I have worked hard & one of the traits I value most in myself is my dependability- and if I come through for other people I can come through for myself tomorrow https://t.co/exJt0gMg8Y

Quoted @traependergrast

me: "hello i would like to study very hard so I can learn how to help people when they are sick" united states: "ok that will be $300,000"

*or more https://t.co/Vqakb6Nq7Z

The U.S. Healthcare system is designed to seize wealth by extorting people at their most frail and vulnerable state.

I cannot encourage you to read this enough. This essay has deeply impacted me on both a personal and a professional level and I return to it time and time again.

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