I can't believe I feel this way, but...I'm currently an OMS I non-trad student. I repeated first year and have failed a course in repeat year so I'm on my last chance. I've always been that person who is resilient and doesn't give up-- I did 3 extra years of college to get the sGPA I needed and did everything I could think of to get into medical school but I feel like I can't do this anymore. Failure after failure is killing me and I know my odds of matching in anything are now greatly reduced. If I quit though I'll be a late 20's y/o with literally nothing to show for my life except an insane amount of school. Yes I am getting treatment for depression,etc but I never thought I'd ever have 2nd thoughts about med school. I just feel like if I don't do everything I can to succeed I'm the ultimate failure but when do you know when it's time to walk away? I could see myself doing something in psychology but really I can't afford anymore school if I leave med school. I feel so alone and ashamed for what I've done with the incredible opportunity I was given.