Hi everyone, I hope someone can help me as I am at a lost. My PGY1 training was severely interrupted due to 2 separate health reasons. Incidentally, another colleague abruptly left the program. When I got back, I heard a lot of my colleagues complaining bout how unhappy they were about cross covering. Since then, I had felt I was a burden, and thought less of - weak. I felt isolated. I understand that what was really happening and what I felt could have been entirely different. I even sought therapy but all the therapist did was listen, no advice. Because of the sadness I felt, I left my program after completing my PGY1 in 1/07. My PD has been supportive of me and also noted how my performance had greatly improved since my resignation. The thing is, I just had an interview for a PGY2 in the same field, and the PD there wanted to know the nitty gritty of why I left. I said I was unhappy and he wanted to know why, so I told him. My husband says I should not have said that, but what else am I to say? I realize that other PDs will likely be asking the same thing..sigh..please help..