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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.
things will be better during his 4th year during his electives and after he matches.
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.
If I accompanied him in these activities, we got to spend time together.
At times, because my schedule could not always accommodate his changing hours and sparse availability, I wouldn’t see him for a couple of weeks or more.
He's in his 3rd year, stressed out, obviously, but as the days go by, we're talking less and less to each other.
"Med school budget." They met during the first week of school in a class on physical exam skills.The divorce rate among married couples is very high during those two years in particular.I remember (and my wife can confirm) sleeping through dates in 3rd year.We fell into the most intense connection either of us had ever experienced, and within about a month of meeting, we were both talking about what it meant to fall in love.We had careers, interests, and personalities in common, and even the friends/family we met on each side approved.
Shell shocked was the best way to describe how it felt when the relationship only lasted under a year.