"Take up more space as a woman. Take up more time. Take your time. You are taught to hide, censor, move about without messing up decorum for a man’s comfort. Whether it’s said or not, you’re taught balance. Forget that. Displease. Disappoint. Destroy. Be loud, be righteous, be messy. Do not see yourself like glass. Like you could get dirty and clean. You are flesh. You are not constant. You change. Society teaches women to maintain balance and that robs us of our volatility. Our mercurial hearts. Calm and chaos. Love only when needed; preserve otherwise."
"To forgive is the highest, most beautiful form of love. In return, you will receive untold peace and happiness"
For advance reading, which should I read first: Embryology or Gray's Anatomy?
Oh hi there. Is this for Embryology? If yes, you won’t be needing Gray’s. That’ll come later. Langman is the bible for embryology, but as it is in MSU-College of Medicine, there is no sole source. Look for sources that you find are easier to understand. And you’ll be remembering tons of dates for that module. But don’t start too early. Have fun in the summer before med school. There are lots of times to study. :)