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So few people in this world know what they actually want to do with their lives. I am grateful to have known my whole life that whatever it is that I may end up doing, I want it to make a difference in lives everywhere. Naturally, being a doctor came to mind, but I realized I couldnt stand seeing people in pain. Note that the gore doesnt bother me, its actually watching people suffer. So with that option off the table, I kind of let my worries go for a while, figuring that I would figure out what I wanted to do with my life sooner or later. It turned out sooner. I was seven when I first saw Bones, and it was love at first sight. I knew then that forensic anthropology was what I wanted to do. I fell in love with the science and figured that identifying the bodies of long-missing loved ones would help give some families closure. With that justification, I knew that was it. Its been almost ten years and I havent changed my mind, and I have Bones to thank for inspiring me so much. So thank you to everyone associated with the show for opening the door to such an incredible career not just for me, but for every viewer out there. Hats off to you!