Thanks in advance. I left a mid-tier law school about a month ago (hated it, hated the profession not just the first year and I wasn't in the highest percentage of the class), just was a poor choice. I left on a medical leave due to general anxiety problems that I hadn't taken care of previous to school. Most frustrating aspect has been having to explain this to a close-knit community back home (I.E. a cluster**** of I want a rich lawyer/doctor *****es back home). I've stopped even caring to explain. Note: I have been working and immediately found a job working at a venture capital firm that produces medical devices for dealing with neurological disorders. Its future looks promising and I plan on getting a business degree to further my career, but not only is it all really just uncertain right now and I'm grasping at what I can, the frustration of that failure isn't so much in me it's in the constant frown I get from home and those I was around. If this should have been in the lounge, my apologies.