Hey everyone! I'm new to posting on the student doctor network but definitely not to the forums as I've always found them very informative. I was posting because I just started my freshman year of college and even though I've been telling people I'm interested in medicine, I'm begin to really question that. The thing is, I worked as a cashier at Target last summer and I really hated having to be in a role that served others. I felt sick of having to make all the stupid customers feel like royalty and I was waiting on them hand and foot. In fact, I applied to be on sales floor stocking shelves later on just so I wouldn't have to serve people all day. I've become concerned that I would be a horrible fit for medicine because if I loathe ringing up people's items, wouldn't I also hate answering people's questions about their health all day? I'm very ignorant of the medical field but this aspect of my personality I've discovered has me worried. I love helping people feel better and get so much joy from comforting people in distress which is why I wanted to become a primary care physician so I can become friends with all my patients but I'm afraid it might not be a career for me. Does anyone have advice? Should I even stick with premed? Sorry for all the rambling!!