This week, we listen to Preethi Rajan‘s responses to the four prompts!
She’s a first year medical student without a science degree (big deal!), the daughter of immigrants, as well as a thoughtful lady with a depth of life experience. We talk about arranged marriages, breaking bad news, and love. She currently aspires to be a pediatrician, and also actively performs with Say Ahh! Capella, a USF Health student acapella group.
Preethi’s responses will leave you thinking, and I hope you enjoy!
Before Preethi dies, she wants…
to help some kids
When Preethi dies, she wants…
to be happy,
After Preethi die, she wants…
to leave behind a kid, a grandkid.
In conclusion, Preethi says…
The most important lesson that I’ve learned is to always stay true to myself. That’s what I would want to tell the younger version of myself.
My mom has said this to me, “Be yourself, nobody can tell you you’re doing it wrong.”
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- On being alone versus being lonely (or coming to grips with the absence of invitations)
- On teaching a panda Kung Fu (or the dilemma of a medical education)
- On an abortion debate (or the benefits of controlled stress on a relationship)
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