Relationships and Med School So you were accepted to med school, are you going to lose the love of your life?
Probably not; relationships don’t automatically get a death sentence the minute you start medical school.
Med school is not the time for casual dating or flings, you simply don’t have the time to devote to the “getting to know” each-other phase.
How med school hurts relationships As stated above, the amount of time and effort that is placed into medical school means that a significant other (SO) will be, by necessity, placed on the “back-burner.” This is a position that many SOs won’t be comfortable with; it’s not fun to be ignored.
Medical students make one of the most sought after dating partners; not so much because of an exciting or romantic time they have to offer but rather because of their great professional prospects.
So if you are looking to meet and date a student in scrubs, here are a few tips to help you along.
Wait for coffee breaks or shift changes when the interns and students would be more relaxed and open to unwind with a cup of latte with you.
As a medical student, I feel this constant pressure that “free time” really should be “study time”. Any significant others/spouses of med students/residents/etc. ) because I realized that Stephen's love and support was unconditional. But in case I've scared any potential future medical students, the bright side is that things do get better (well, after the first two years of medical school at least... And ultimately, being in medical school actually strengthened our relationship (we got married at the beginning of third year!I am currently dating somebody and I wanted to share some mistakes I have made and also tips that I’ve picked up along the way.Mistake #1 – Thinking my time is more valuable than others I’m a very selfish person.