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Thread: Do I have the right to complain for being poor?

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    Originally Posted by Highsky
    I am 25 and I graduated medicine. I started worrking as a resident doctor this month.
    How long have you been in medical school? 25 seems awfully young to be a resident.

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    What are you planning to do to help your mother once you have your own income? I sent my parents on a vacation, and bought them gifts (gifts -but things I thought they needed). I am so thankful to them for all they did for me.

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    Ummmm... get a job?

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    I finished highschool when i was 19 and then I studyed 6 years of medicine.
    @Batya33 I plan to also send them on vacantions and buy for mom whatever she could’t afford until now.

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    Get a second hand vacuum and stop expecting your parents to buy you household items and forget about them paying to send you on a trip. You can do all that once you are earning your own money.

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    Originally Posted by Highsky
    I finished highschool when i was 19 and then I studyed 6 years of medicine.
    @Batya33 I plan to also send them on vacantions and buy for mom whatever she could’t afford until now.
    This is the first time I've ever heard of getting into medical school which lasts for 4 years, without completing 4 years of college prior.

    Where did you get your degree?

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    Due to the nature of my work, I've pretty much always lived in college towns. Routinely see students cashiering, working the line at restaurants, and manning the sales floor. My guess is they have the self-respect to buy themselves a cheap vacuum.

    Begging is unbecoming at any age, but particularly at 25. But do you have a "right" to? Sure.

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    Originally Posted by HeartGoesOn
    This is the first time I've ever heard of getting into medical school which lasts for 4 years, without completing 4 years of college prior.

    Where did you get your degree?
    I don't know about the US but in most countries in the EU (and the UK I think) medicine is 6 years. Then 2 years post-graduate course and 3 to 8 years specialist training.

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    Originally Posted by HeartGoesOn
    This is the first time I've ever heard of getting into medical school which lasts for 4 years, without completing 4 years of college prior.

    Where did you get your degree?
    That's what I was thinking. In the US you have to complete 4 years of college, take the MCAT and pass, and then spend 4 years in medical school before you can even think about residency.

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    If you’re parents supplied you with food, clothing, shelter and an education during your childhood then they have done everything required of them to raise you well. Their work is now done and they owe you nothing more. It is now time for you to be your own person and make your own ends meet. You now owe yourself that much, no one else.

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