You can ask me any questions and tell me your thoughts, your stories, your dreams, even your prayer requests! I can lend an ear! 😀

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  1. Mhae Maldonado says:

    Hi, Miss Delbeth! I am a frequent reader of your blog. I want to say that I am always enjoying your blog entries especially those about you as a med student. I am a student also from UP, taking up BA Sociology. Uhm, things are becoming so complicated to me nowadays unlike before. I am graduating (hopefully) this semester. I just want to ask you what to do during these uncertain moments? moments I feel like giving up, moments like I feel weak and all. I hope you can send me tips. Thank you!

    PS. All the best on your career. God bless you po! 🙂

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    • hellodewww says:

      Hello, Mhae! I can feel you. Those days when you are tired and discouraged and on top of that you do not feel well? It can happen to anybody. It’s never a sin to be tempted to quit. Remember, spiritual giants have experienced the same thing. It’s times like this that most students, especially graduating ones, tend to feel negative about themselves because of certain pressures in life.

      “Wait for the Lord; be strong and take heart and wait for the Lord.” Psalms 27:14. I want you to cling on that verse. Maybe you can take a pause for awhile after reading this, close your eyes and pray. Talk to our Father in Heaven and pour out all your worries and anxieties to Him. And I’d like to quote Theodore Roosevelt’s famous line, “Nothing in the world is worth having or worth doing unless it means effort, pain, difficulty” I will be praying for you, Mhae!

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      • Mhae Maldonado says:

        I felt really, really goof upon reading your reply. I nw have the drive to go on and continue the battle I am facing. I truly appreciate the words of God and the quotation you’ve shared. Thank you for praying for me. I feel so grateful about it. Thank you so much po! 🙂

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  2. motivationmd says:

    Hello Delbeth!

    I have thoroughly enjoyed reading your posts and admire your desire to share your experiences through your blog! You are truly an inspiration to all current and future doctors. I am currently a medical student with the goals of reducing physician burnout and encouraging others to pursue medicine. We have recently launched a website(www.motivatemd.com), that strives to create a supportive and resourceful online community for pre-med/medical students/residents/physicians, ultimately cultivating inspired, compassionate, and progressive physicians! It achieves this by providing forums, user submitted blogs, resources, life hacks and videos to inspire and provide useful information. We are currently seeking authors to share about their lifestyle, path, and motivations that fuel their desire to become great physicians. With that said, I believe your talents and experiences are perfect for sharing with our community! If you are interested in sharing some of your current/future posts with us, send them to MotivateMD@yahoo.com, for posting to our site. In return, we will help broaden the exposure of your current blog by sharing your blog’s link, and any other information about your blog that you want people to see. We look forward to hearing from you!
    With your help, we can once again prove that practicing medicine is still the greatest and most rewarding profession!

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    • Delbeth Alagar says:

      Oh my! I’m really sorry for the late reply. This is such a good news! Thank you for appreciating my blog and posts. I really am overwhelmed. I never knew that such website exists, thank you for helping medical students! Your site helps a lot.

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