Dating a medical resident
As a medical student, you may face particular relationship challenges if your significant other doesn’t have firsthand experience with juggling the unique demands of medical school.
If this sounds familiar, reference these key insights for a successful relationship from the partner of a recent med school graduate.
Most nurses have seen the Grey’s Anatomy episode where Rose, the nurse, and Derek, the dreamy surgeon, take their relationship to the next level. Nurses rarely sneak off to on-call rooms in the middle of a shift.
In fact, hospital call rooms have very small, squeaky beds and very thin walls!
While you may envision a doctor knowing everything about science and the human body, your mate may enjoy learning a thing or two from you.
Doctors are likely to investigate anything you mention or interrogate you for more information.
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