When I grow up, I’ll be a worse GP | Pulse Today

Swedish and British humor are fairly similar. That’s why I always enjoyed British sitcoms, back when I lived in Sweden and on PBS when I had a TV (stopped when they went digital, ten or fifteen years ago).

This entertaining piece was on the British GP website Pulse:

“At the age of 37, I contrive to look like a sensible professional to those who don’t know me. But I am not. I cannot adult. I don’t know if I’ll ever be able to. And the more I meet people older than me, the more I realise they are no more wise or together than I am, but are simply bemused adolescents trapped in the body of a grown-up.

I may never master adulting. But do you know what? I am proud. I am proud I frequently make stupid mistakes and laugh at them, and I choose my friends because they do the same. I think I am a more human and relatable GP for it.”

http://www.pulsetoday.co.uk/views/dr-zoe-norris/when-i-grow-up-ill-be-a-worse-gp/20037427.article

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