I am also worried about that because I would want to make it work with my partner but it can be hard sometimes.
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When you’re spending most of your free-time studying, stressing, or practicing your skills in clinic, finding an amazing significant other is not necessarily easy to accomplish. What are some of the advantages and disadvantages of different dating scenarios?
Disclaimer: the majority of my class began medical school in a committed relationship, which means in my class, the single folks are vastly outnumbered. Pros: Classmates are very understanding of your schedule. You have a permanent study-buddy and they’re less likely to be crabby about you stressing before your test because they’re crabby too.
Pros: You get to interact with people outside of medical school!
These significant others don’t always want to talk about medical things or your tests and can provide a good respite from your science and patient-filled days.