know me

Hello reader,

Thank you for visiting my page.  This is my first post. So I have decided to make it an introductory one. You must get to know me and the reason I decided to start this, to read my blog.

I describe my life in three phases: The leader phase, The victim phase and then again The leader phase.

Along with the excitement of being a teenager, since the age of thirteen, I started making goals in my life. I made sure I wrote each one of them down in my diary. I was hungry for success and I worked for it. But I fell victim to what we all fall for. The reality. I started settling for less. The more I settled, the more guilty I felt. But then I started motivating myself again with the help of books and a few good people. I’m 18 and I feel content. There is yet more to achieve for me. Yet more to live for. And I would like to take you along with me in this beautiful, challenging journey.

Looking at my life through the rear view mirror I realize that I’ve learnt quite a lot in the past few years. And I feel I could be of help to some.

So, I decided to blog. Here.

I am a dental student. Not just a dental student but a speaker and an amateur writer too.

I would love to give you my honest and personal musings on pre med life , ambitions and everything in between.

If you think I would do you good in some way, do follow me or keep reading my blog.

And yes …I love anything designer, mint chocolate chip ice cream, travelling, scented candles, and donuts. I would love to visit Tuscany one day and admire its beauty. My favorite book is ‘Jane Eyre’. And I am engaged to myself

Theresa George

4 thoughts on “know me

  1. Hey, Theresa! Let me preface this by saying, It’s nice to meet you! Okay, so I’m really curious as to why you’ve decided to stop pursuing your MD dream? With your stellar undergrad academic performance (mine was “meh” so I definitely envy you there), why not just take 1-2 years off and get the rest of the experience necessary to complete your application? Of course, I’m assuming here by “lack of guidance” you’re referring to not being aware or instructed to do typical premed things like shadowing, volunteering, sucking up to professors for LORs, etc.
    I could be off, but that was my impression. Anyways, If medicine is what you really want to do, it saddens me to hear you’ve let this dream go. You sound like a really interesting person (I mean that in the best way possible), and medicine could always use more interesting people, lol. 🙂


    1. Hello. Thank you for your support…I did take a year off and I did try my best. Yes, you’re right about the ‘lack of guidance’ part. I didn’t know quite a lot about the whole process. I am still trying. But I don’t think I will make it again. I got a call from one of the top dental colleges but I’m not interested in dentistry. Well, keeping my fingers crossed. I got few more weeks to take a final decision and I’m really glad I got to hear this from you.

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    2. Just letting you know girl….I’m going to pursue dentistry. It was immature of me to cry about things that weren’t in my control and now, gotta focus on things that I have. It was a pleasure to converse with you.

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  2. As long as you’re content with this decision, I am very happy to hear this! Good luck with this pursuit! Yeah, sometimes life is weird like that. You have to re-evaluate and pursue a different path.
    Likewise girl, it was very nice conversing with you.


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