In my third year, i had to change my phd supervisor. I have started in a new group couple of months ago but can not concentrate in my new group. I feel like mentally drained out, i feel I can't do this for another five years. But deep down i really want to do my phD. I'm in my thirties now. Did someone had similar experience? Should I quit now?
I wanted to quit so bad, so many times. The life of a PhD is lonely, difficult and heartbreakingly draining. BUT - I wanted to complete under all of that, and I got help. I reach out beyond my university and got a coach. We checked in weekly, and he kept me accountable and things improved DRASTICALLY!! Lemme know if you want me to connect you!
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