I started dating a guy long distance a couple of months before I got off the waitlist for med school. I really like this guy a lot. When I got off the waitlist and decided to go to medical school, he had serious doubts about whether our relationship would be sustainable in the long run and whether I could have kids before I'm 30 (graduating med school at 28). He broke up with me earlier this week and I am freaking. out. I am considering dropping med school and trying to apply for PA school or for an MHA. I have worked in a corporate setting and really enjoyed it. The more I think about it, the more I am losing sight of my reasons for choosing medical school in the first place. I enjoy working with patients, yes. But would I enjoy it day in and day out, when it is limiting me from having a family and maintaining relationships? I don't know if I can make that sacrifice. I am terrified that I won't have a life and won't find somebody who is nearly as amazing as he is. The journey ahead of studying, rotations, residency, and boards sounds so so so miserable and I feel like I just entered a long dark cave. I guess my question is that if I'm having such serious doubts, is it better to exit now or keep pushing? Any advice/thoughts?