my life

Topics: Physician, Medical school, Doctor of Medicine Pages: 4 (1388 words) Published: October 6, 2013
 We all have hopes and dreams which mould us into who we become in the future. Since a very young age we have all learned to hope and dream about what the future holds for us. I know I have, and all these past years all I've done is think about what I want to be when i grow up, who my family is and where I will live. I've been filling my head with a fantasy of being a rich girl living in New York. So, I subconsciously created a blueprint in my mind of my future, and it gives me an immense pleasure to share it with all of you. So here it goes. Ever since we could talk our parents have always asked us one question what do you want to be when you grow up. Honestly, let me tell you all the bizarre things I wanted to be, first I passed through the princess phase, which mostly every girl wants to be in one point of her life, then came the cowgirl phase which I wanted to be because that's what Barbie wanted to be once upon a time, than came my most bizarre choice of all, a pirate to this day on I don't even know why I wanted to be a pirate, and then came a movie star which I wanted to be, because of the fame and riches. Finally, after all these very immature phases I sent on one profession I knew I would be happy doing for the rest of my life, a neurosurgeon. Most people think that neurosurgeon's are brain doctors who just fix the brain when someone is possibly injured, but let me tell you neurosurgeons are much more than that. Neurosurgeons are extraordinary physicians who specialize in the diagnosis and surgical treatment of disorders of the central nervous system including traumas, tumors, vascular disorders, infections of the brain or spine, stroke, or degenerative diseases of the spine. Being a neurosurgeon is a extremely tough job, but I enjoy doing it. Every time I'm performing a surgery it sends a rush of excitement through my body, it's exhilarating performing a surgery knowing that the person's life is in your hands, and the aftermath of the surgery is...
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