Dr. Meredith Grey: I guess we’re adults. The question is, when did that happen, and how do we make it stop?
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Dr. Meredith Grey: The key to surviving a surgical internship is denial. We deny that we’re tired, we deny that we’re scared, we deny how badly we want to succeed. And most importantly, we deny that we’re in denial. We only see what we want to see and believe what we want to believe, and it works. We lie to ourselves so much that after a while the lies start to seem like the truth. We deny so much that we can’t recognize the truth right in front of our faces.
Dr. George O’Malley: Modest looks weird on you.
Dr. Meredith Grey: Pain, you just have to ride it out, hope it goes away on its own, hope the wound that caused it heals. There are no solutions, no easy answers, you just breath deep and wait for it to subside. Most of the time pain can be managed but sometimes the pain gets you where you least expect it. Hits way below the belt and doesn’t let up. Pain, you just have to fight through, because the truth is you can’t outrun it and life always makes more.
See, once in a while, once in a blue moon, people will surprise you. And once in a while, people may even take your breath away.
Dr. Meredith Grey: I want facts and until I get them my pants are staying on.