I'm currently 1 year into a CRNA program that's 3 years in total. I can't help but think I won't be good enough for what this role entails. I'm worried I won't be smart enough to get through clinicals. I'm terrified to go to clinicals and I've considered withdrawing. My program and being an OR nurse. My student loans haven't gotten that bad, so if I withdraw now, I can still back my debt without it being too financially devastating. I would plan to get 3 years of OR nursing experience under my belt and then be a travel OR nurse. I've always wanted to do traveling and I could still make six figures doing that and not have the level of responsibility as a CRNA. I don't know, but then there's the part of me that worries I'll regret withdrawing from CRNA school and I'll always wonder "what if?” I understand I can't have it both ways and I need to make up my mind. I'm just so overwhelmed. My mental health is *** right now and being in the program obviously isn't helping. I've always struggled with confidence and you need confidence to be a CRNA or else you're going to kill someone. I'm super depressed and I don't know if I'm making the right decision by doing CRNA school. I know I should be very grateful to be in this program because it's hard to get accepted, but I can't help but feel like I'm not going to be good enough or smart enough to be a safe CRNA. Can someone please help me? I'll take any advice I can get at this point.