You are ready to make a change.
You've been told that "everything is normal" or given a diagnosis without a clear explanation or any sense of hope.
You just don't feel good, nobody is listening to you, and you don't know what to do.
My journey to becoming a physician began when I was 10 yrs old and followed a winding and adventurous path. I have been a waitress, a missionary, a nanny, an EMT, and an Apple Retail employee. I took the less conventional path from kid who wanted to be a "pedestrian" (that's 10-year-old speak for "pediatrician") to grown-up, 40-something doctor. Now I'm a Chiropractic Physician, and even that ends up outside of tradition.
My entire life is a bit of a rebellion against convention. Why would my practice be any different?