So let's pretend that my car didn't get vandalized today subsequently leading me to be so angry that I couldn't study at all and just get on with it.  Yes.  Let's.  So my song choice for this week is: Something Corporate - Break Myself.  The lyrics should be pretty self-explanatory…pushing yourself to the limits so that someone else won't be hurt…that's why we study so hard in med school, right?  So that we can be the best for our patients.  And sometimes (or most of the time), it feels like we're going to break, but it's worth it in the end when we finally make it.  Or at least I hope it is.

Yeah, I'm going to go sulk about my car some more now.  And go to sleep.  And hope that nothing else happens to it tonight. If you're sick of my choices for these segments, please send your song submissions to me through the contact form

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