Hi everyone, Long time reader, first time poster here. (I apologize in advance for any whining contained bellow) A little about myself: I am a first-year student at the #1 law school in the US, and all I can think about is how I might have done the wrong thing coming here. I'm 23 years old and I don't want to keep going forward with this. I was pre-med in my first year of college -- I did well in my courses and generally enjoyed it, but I hated lab and was intimidated by the amount of work that being a doctor requires, so I switched majors my second year to the social sciences. I was pretty much in cruise control after that -- didn't hate it, didn't love it, actually enjoyed about as much as being a pre-med -- and didn't look back much. Then my senior year I applied to law school and to my surprise got in to the school I am attending now. I am about 2/3 through the first semester and for the life of me I don't know what the hell I was thinking. I thought I had solid reasons for going to law school but now I'm not so sure. I'm enjoying my classes but my gut tells me that I won't be happy as a lawyer. I grow increasingly distracted as I find myself daydreaming and thinking of exploring medicine again but it all seems to difficult. Whenever I have floated the idea, my friends, girlfriend, and familty seem to think I am crazy -- they think I would be insane to give up a good thing for something that I might not necessarily like any more than law school. But I don't want to dig myself so deep into a hole that I won't be able to get out of. Any advice, wisdom, short speeches are welcome. Thanks.