Dating a resident doctor
It's a sacrifice, but hey, you may end up marrying a doctor/someone you really love.9. She has a great ability to stay up beyond what is humanly possible.This also means she to sleep, and often at weird hours.She's been through years of rejection from med schools around the country so you not being ready for a relationship right now is unlikely to send her in a tailspin.14.She works so hard at what she does, so she'll work hard on your relationship. So if you spill your deepest, messiest emotions, she'll accept them and try to understand them. Hint: She will just give you aspirin and a lot of the time, it'll fix everything.5.
When we are both feeling the stress of medical board exams, finances, or unmet expectations, I have discovered that sometimes, we both just need a "time-out" rather than to "duke it out." A friend told me the other day that her granddaughter seemed upset so she asked if she could help her with something.Her granddaughter replied, "It's okay, Grandma, I usually feel better after ten or 15 minutes." Remember this when you are upset about something. Usually we actually do feel better after an hour or two, or even a day.FLEXIBILITY During his intern year, my husband discovered that his night's sleep was virtually undisturbed by our 6-month-old and 2-year-old if he slept in our guest bedroom.After all the tests and group projects, she will still inevitably go out and get wasted like she's a freshman in college.Few people drink as hard and fast as med students after exams, god bless 'em. She won't freak out if it doesn't work out between you two.