Hello, friends! Happy 2022. I hope this new year will bring you all joy. I'm hoping to read at least 50 books! I needed some advice regarding my career path. I have gotten some amazing advice from this website, and I realized that teaching high school really isn't for me. I had this terrible panic attack during Thanksgiving break that left me in the hospital. I just couldn't go back to the classroom. It was traumatizing me. Every Sunday night I spent in agony. I realized that I just don't belong in the high school classroom. I'm currently on medical leave from my job, and I don't plan on returning to that school or any high school. I guess I'm a little worried though. I'm not sure where to go from here. I had applied to some PhD programs back in August 2021, but I don't know if teaching college will be right for me, especially since I have anxiety and terrible experience with high school. I was thinking about becoming an academic librarian, but I would need a second master's in MLIS to do that. I just want to make sure the PhD is something I want to give up before doing the master's in library science. What other job opportunities are there for someone who loves books?