Female medical students dating
You cannot possibly date a medical student if you don’t have enormous amounts of patience and tons of good and fun hobbies to keep you entertained wile your future doctor of a lady love is busy with her med-school life.
And I tell you honestly, she’s going to be a lot of that – busy.
Students need to be given the tools to recognize and cope with stress, as well as being assured that they will not suffer judgment from others for recognizing their need for help in dealing with stress.
The instructors, advisers and other faculty members who notice the signs of stress in a student need to approach the student in a non-threatening, non-judgmental way, in an effort to help medical students recognize and handle their stress.
If you have decided to involve someone on your crazy doctor journey, then you need to sacrifice a little too.
They have worked incredibly hard to get where they are (and I’m sure you have too), but unfortunately, their schedules (especially 3 year and residency) do not flex for anyone else in their life. You may have been told or feel otherwise, but that is a lie.
But when you add the demands and stress of medical school it makes things a little more tricky. I’m assuming you have a calendar with your schedule on it. : If you have any important dates (work, events, family) where you would like your loving med student to join you, then please, please, please, let them know as soon as you know. But also, dating partners, don’t drop a bomb on your med student the night before their exams. (I may or may not have done that multiple times.) In Conclusion… ***Bonus tip for the dating partner: If this all sounds like way too much work and sacrifice, then go with Plan B: Go have a life for 7-10 years, and hook back up when they are a real, practicing doctor. personal life takes a back seat for now and he's aware of and affected by what impact his school/career has, but priority of one over the other is slight.3rd year and internship are not easy times for couples.The divorce rate among married couples is very high during those two years in particular.They need someone who could understand the demands of their field, someone who does not get discouraged at canceled dates and odd hour dates.But if you’re one to brave such challenge, here’s some heads up for you from Matthew Hennessey, the dating coach.