Hi, I was hoping for just about any advice in my situation, to gain some perspective. I'm now on my last year of bachelors degree in physics and I feel that I'm loosing interest in studying physics anymore. This begin when I started therapy for an anxiety disorder. The therapy has been successful but from this I have started to rethink my life. I have started to think that I decided to study physics because I was good at it in high school not because I enjoyed it. Because my anxiety is mostly driven by perfectionism that's why I think I chose the field in which I thought I could excel. The situation is more complex but I hope you get the picture. Now that I'm getting better I feel that trying to study is physics is really taking it's toll. I feel depressed and trapped like I've spent last few years being miserable and I'm still continuing it. I'm still have in a way "the layman's" interest in or fascination off physics but I think that is also slipping away. I do not live in the States or a country where education is very expensive although of course not getting a degree would not be very practical. So what do you think I should do? Have you lost interest too? thanks.