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.
Many studies have explored the causes, consequences and solutions.
There are three issues considered to be the most relevant, in terms of stress development in medical students.
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.
Excessive stress in medical training predisposes students for difficulties in solving interpersonal conflicts as a result of previous stress.
it's medical school and your 2nd and 3rd years are uber busy.
things will be better during his 4th year during his electives and after he matches.
Hi, This topic is totally different but my boyfriend is a medical student and we talk for like 4 minutes a night.
He's in his 3rd year, stressed out, obviously, but as the days go by, we're talking less and less to each other.