Wendy Warner, MD, ABIHM

I don’t regret my time in medical school

People occasionally regret the decisions that they made in their career path, Dr. Wendy Warner urges future practitioners never to regret their path. Everything you’re doing is on the way to who you will become.

The Interview

People ask me all the time, would you do it differently now? Knowing that you want to practice this way, would you have gone maybe to naturopathic school rather than medical school? And my answer is always no, I don’t regret a thing I did. Was it easy to have to go to medical school, learn the conventional stuff, and then turn right around and while you’re trying to do your job also go learn all this other stuff? No, it was really hard. It took a lot of work and a lot of energy, but I’m glad that I had the background.

Expose yourself to a lot of different stuff and see what speaks to you. Get your head out of the way. That’s one of the things I learned the hard way because I tend to be very analytical, I solve problems for a living. And it took a lot of time for me to learn that I’m going to make the best decisions and be the best healer, if I stay in my heart, because that’s where my wisdom really is. And, if all people who are thinking about becoming healers can just stay in their heart they’ll find their right path and everything will work out.

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