The grass is always greener, right?
Being a doctor is amazing. You get to be directly involved in someone’s care. See them from the moment they come into hospital, through being diagnosed and treated, until they are ready to go home. You get to feel that you are making a real difference.
However, with great power comes great responsibility.
It’s scary, and excting, and absolutely tiring being responsible for so many things. There are times when you’re going to look back, and reflect on just how much easier it was when you were a student and the only thing people expected you to do was not mess up your exams.
That said, when it comes to it, I don’t think most of us would go back. When you get used to making decisions instead of watching others make them, you can’t go back to watching from the sidelines any more.
So there is this super common anime trope where a woman with mystical abilities is guarding some mystic artifact or something, only some guy comes to steal it and the two of them fall in love. Then something terrible happens and she barely gets the chance to hand it over before promptly dying, leaving it in the hands of her agonized lover. I was thinking it would be far more interesting if they were both men instead... which naturally lead me to imagine tododeku.