Hey everyone. I'd appreciate hearing some advice because I am feeling stuck. To provide some background, I graduated from undergrad in 2016 w/ a degree in sociology. During my last year of college, I took some classes that were medically-focused and became interested in pursuing medicine. So, after graduating, I worked in a lab for a couple years and then matriculated to a pretty well-known formal post-bacc program. The post-bacc program did not go well - I did not manage my stress levels well and did not enjoy the culture of the program. Academically, I did fine though. I ended up leaving after a year I have since been working on myself and educating myself on how I can better manage stress. While I was enthusiastic about pursuing medicine prior to starting the post-bacc, I have since lost that same enthusiasm. I feel like a quitter and do not know what other career I want to pursue. I know I'd be a great doctor, but given how the post-bacc went, I have doubts about whether this is the right path for me. Has anyone been in a similar situation? Would it be prudent to try out another post-bacc program, or just throw in the towel on medicine and find something else to pursue.