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Dating medical student tips and advice

For the non-med student, it's so important to stay busy and have a life of your own, no matter what that looks like for you whether that's doing things on your own or having a group of friends. Look forward to your future, focus, and prepare yourself to be a competitive applicant. These years will be tough and can make or break you as a couple. Make sure you really love what you are doing, and then do more of it.

Each year is progressively better, and the journey goes by in the blink of an eye. Now onto the relationship advice. There will be good blocks and bad blocks - good rotations and bad rotations. It sounds harsh but should be a motivator to those that are mature and take it seriously.

Learn to lean on other medical spouses, they will understand you like no one else. This includes discussion of filesharing or sources of pirated materials e. Lots of responses involved breaking out a crockpot and making big meals and freezing leftovers. You may not recruit for your research study without prior moderator approval. Your medical student will be hungry.

If you are the non-medical student, definitely make a life for yourself here. Something that allows you to have your own sense of accomplishment is important. Make time for each other, talk to each other, and support each other. They will make the hard times bearable and the great times even more fabulous. Get a job, get a hobby or two and get to planning.

You get stronger and make yourself busier and your spouse being busy or gone all the time starts to bother you less. In the end, you will find yourself in one of the most rewarding career fields out there, and you will meet some pretty amazing people along the way.

Take it one day at a time and try to live in the moment as much as possible. Finally, be stubborn about your success. Many couples value having dinner together.

An eye-opening experience for me four years ago was the annual dinner hosted by the Office of Alumni Affairs. Planning date nights after exams was also recommended. This is four years of your life. These posts often include an immature or sophomoric subtext.

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