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  1. I truly do appreciate the input. I am sorry if I have offended anyone and I am really not lookign for sympathy, just help. I have the utmost respect for thise who have devoted themselves to this professiona dn to serving others and I can assure that when I decide what is right for me and my family I will devote 100% and work my hardest, whether it be this career, another, or staying at home. Yes, I did post the same basic question 1 year ago. Shortly after that post, my husband and I found out we were expecting a baby. Totally unplanned..when I called my school, they allowed me to defer 1 yea
  2. I truly do appreciate everyone's input and am sorry if I have offended anyone..I have the utmost respect and appreciation for those who have chosen this career and devoted so much time and energy to serving others, and I assure that when I decide what is right for me, whether it is this field, another, or simply staying at home with kids, I will devote myself 100% and work to be the best I can be.

     

    Yes I did post the same basic question 1 year ago.. shortly after that post, my husband and I found out we were expecting a baby..totally unplanned. When I called my school, they allowed me to defer 1 year;therefore, I am once again faced with the decision. It is very difficult for me and a lot is on the line. That is why I am trying my hardest to do as much research and get as much input as I can before I decide..I don't know where else to go rather than to people thatknow it best

  3. Sorry for the long post... I am a new mother to a 3 month old baby and was accepted into a pa program that begins in 2 months. I am so conflicted as to whether or not I should g and have very luttle time left to decide bc school is across country so my family I need to make plans to move asap if I go. My problem is this..I chose pa because of hopes of it being a flexible and family friendly career. I do not want the intensity and busyness that goes along w the life of an MD so I really don't want to go to PA school only to find there is little difference in schedule, demands, and time away f
  4. Hey everyone! I am getting ready to start a PA program in June, but I have some major concerns about it, because I have a 3 month old baby and am so heartbroken/worried that I will be so involved in school that I will basically end up missing the first 2 years of her life! What I am wondering is what I can expect my life to look like on a daily basis once I start school. I know that I will be in classes from 8-5 each day.. how much do you all study/spend time in labs etc. outside of class. Do you think it is possible to still have a life outside of school and be able to spend time an
  5. Hello all, I am getting ready to start PA school in June, and I have some concerns, because I have a 3 month old baby and do not want to become so involved in a career that I end up having very little time for her. My question for you all is this.. How many options are there for finding part-time PA work? My plan when I finish school is to be able to work part-time until my kids are older and in school. I just want to know how practical and reasonable it is to assume that I will be able to find work easily for part-time. How often do you come across this and what exactly does life
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