Hello everyone, I am a non-trad who has finally been accepted to med school after years and years of reapplying but my feelings are not what I expected after getting the good news. I feel extremely low in self-confidence, tired with a serious lack of ambition, and self-doubt not about my choice of profession but in myself. Don't get me wrong though. I am deeply grateful for this opportunity, would get down on my knees, and thank everyone for believing in me to lead to this admission. For some reason, I just don't know how to muster the energy and become that student with a fresh spark of life, vitality, drive to be a good med student. Instead, I feel like something has been sucked out of me with this admissions process. Most med students get burned out during their studies or residencies but if this is already happening before, am very worried. Has anyone gone through a similar thought process and can shed some light on how to get past it?