So I am very excited about getting an interview at my top choice school, but I am worried about past issues that I have dealt with being brought up and possibly killing my chances of getting an acceptance. About a year ago now I was in Scotland studying psychoneuroimmunology on an incredible fellowship. However, my relationship fell apart and I became severely depressed. I had to come home from Scotland ending the fellowship about 7 months early. I started seeing a therapist and taking some meds. I actually found out I was slightly bipolar and suffered pretty intense depression. I am doing pretty well now, have a good understanding of who I am and what I need to do to make myself happy and content. I have talked with my therapist, family, friends and current med students and feel that I have a pretty good idea of what med shcool will be like. So my biggest worry is how I can answer questions about the fellowship, about losing a job at a hospital I was working at (still dealing with all that relationship crap and wasnt focused on the work) and about my mental state and readyness to start and succeed at medical school. I want to be honest but I dont want to ruin my chances either. I do feel that I am a lot stronger and I understand myself a lot better due to working through my problems and doing a lot of self exploration. So any advice on how to approach the interview or how I can answer questions that question my mentallity and emotional state would be very much appreciated. Thanks guys.