Just started third year and maybe I'm just naive but I am shocked at the amount of *******ness that doctors give out. Jesus. Is it such a chore to be friendly, enthusiastic and polite? Learning at your feet is not something I dreamt of every night of my life. Please don't look at me like I'm garbage. And here's the kicker: they're all attendings. Before M3 year I really thought that if anyone was going to yell/humiliate/berate me then surely it would be the overworked, stressed residents. Instead to my surprise I find that the nicest people in this hospital are the residents. And thank God for Interns. EVERY Intern I've met so far has been nice, polite, willing to teach and just generally helpful and agreeable. Almost EVERY attending has been rude, curt, and just generally unpleasant. So at what point do doctors stop being these decent, pleasant creatures (interns and residents) and become these insufferable jerks with huge egos (attendings)?