All comes to an end

You remember I was telling you I was spending my time this summer volunteering in a project that involved some foreign medical students who came in Romania for a month. This week they all left. I feel so sad, because we had a beautiful friendship, we spend a lot of time together and we had an wonderful relationship, and now they’re gone. It’s like a dream and now I just woke up. It makes me sad the fact that I might never see them again. I hope this will not happen. I hope that at some point we will all see each other again and that we will remain friends forever. It’s sad when you spend every single day with some people and then they’re gone. Everybody in their own country. It really made me sad. I guess it will get better. I personally hate goodbyes, I hate the feeling…

Posted on: August 30th, 2016
Category: School, Volunteering, Website

In my mind

This summer so far was amazing. I did so many things, I just wanted to do things, to take a chance every single time I had the opportunity. It has been so good so far. I also am thinking abut the future and I have so many projects in my mind and I am really thinking about starting them. The truth is that I am scared, because I don’t know if I can manage to do everything I have in mind and I just don’t want to mess everything up. Maybe it’s just a matter of confidence, maybe I don’t believe in myself enough. Also I have met a lot of amazing people this summer. Some of them I am going to see again and others I won’t. I learned so many things from them and it makes me really happy because I always liked being surrounded by a lot…

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Posted on: August 18th, 2016
Category: Life, Volunteering, Website

Crazy Week

The last week has been so crazy. Between my website, internship and volunteering, sleeping was the only thing I had time to do. I finished my internship on Friday. These two weeks in the hospital with my teacher taught me a lot, not only medicine but some things I could use to guide my medical career in the future. It was really interesting to listen to stories about our medical system and our patients, as well as advice for our career. His told us to learn things for ourselves, for the moment we will be the only thing that will be standing between our patients and death. And it is so true, because we will be real doctors, and at some point in our lives we will be treating patients on our own, we will have to know a lot of things, we have to prepare for that moment everyday…

Posted on: August 8th, 2016
Category: School, Volunteering, Website