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“Look closely at your circle of friends, family and other confidants. They are actually already mentoring you without you knowing. These are the best relationships that you can ask for, although we usually don't know what to do with them beyond what we already know"

Your mentor is not supposed to solve your problems. Rather, a mentor should guide you through the process. His or her job is to share guidance and direction that you follow to solve the challenges you are faced with.”

What are your thoughts on this quote as it pertains to medicine?

Should we focus our attention to peer mentorship when we feel unable to find mentorship?