Am I less of a doctor if I dont live in halls ?

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I am doing medicine but worry if i don't move out of my house, i will just be a man child with a degree and will feel like a failure who couldn't hack living on his own..

Are these feelings justified ?
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Are you the same person who posted the other thread about doing a medical degree and feeling ashamed to move back home after disliking halls?
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(Original post by Mesopotamian.)
Are you the same person who posted the other thread about doing a medical degree and feeling ashamed to move back home after disliking halls?
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Why would living at home have any impact on the quality of doctor you are/will be?
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Why would living at home have any impact on the quality of doctor you are/will be?
Because how will i connect to my patients if i myself have been shielded from the real world ?
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Judging by the quality of these posts, you'll just be a man-child with a degree regardless of your accomodation arrangements.
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(Original post by Trinculo)
Judging by the quality of these posts, you'll just be a man-child with a degree regardless of your accomodation arrangements.
If you say so .
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If you say so .
You were the one that asked.
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Because how will i connect to my patients if i myself have been shielded from the real world ?
your not shielding from the real word bro- your at home
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You were the one that asked.
Are you a doctor or in medicine ?
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No, being a medical student makes you less of a doctor. Short of being struck off, nothing you do once you've graduated will impact you being a doctor.
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your not shielding from the real word bro- your at home
Is it not important though to learn like adult skills whilst studying ?
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No, being a medical student makes you less of a doctor. Short of being struck off, nothing you do once you've graduated will impact you being a doctor.
Maybe i shouls say "person" then instead of a doctor ; does it make me less of a person if i only manage a degree and people can manage a degree and "Adulting" ?
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Are you a doctor or in medicine ?
No. Why is that relevant?
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Is it not important though to learn like adult skills whilst studying ?
wdym adult skills for studying? I mean if you want to feel more like an 'adult' do your own laundry, cook your own meals, do your own food shop, clean the house every now and then so you dont need to rely on your parents etc lol. just because your living at home it doesnt mean your a man child just because your at home.
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No. Why is that relevant?
Because you havent experienced a medical degree first hand. I want to hear opinions of people who've actually done it.
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I am doing medicine but worry if i don't move out of my house, i will just be a man child with a degree and will feel like a failure who couldn't hack living on his own..

Are these feelings justified ?
you're not even a doctor you manchild.
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Because you havent experienced a medical degree first hand. I want to hear opinions of people who've actually done it.
But you have directly contradicted that by posting this:

Maybe i shouls say "person" then instead of a doctor ; does it make me less of a person if i only manage a degree and people can manage a degree and "Adulting" ?
You are no longer asking about the doctors or medicine. You are only asking about degrees and living at home or not.
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What was wrong with the other responses you received that you felt the need to make another thread on the same topic?
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Because how will i connect to my patients if i myself have been shielded from the real world ?
Does living with your parents stop you from practising apathy or sympathy, thinking logically? What an odd thing to say
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