Dating medical school
Mistake #2 – Allowing miscommunication (especially via text) to cause fights As a medical student, it’s not practical to see my partner or go on dates multiple times a week.
With that being said, I often rely on texting and other forms of electronic communication to stay up to date with my significant other.
This is especially important if you don’t see your partner as often.
Tip #1 – Schedule protected time for your significant other Protected time with my significant other is probably the most important part of having a successful relationship.
Kevin Dwyer is happily engaged to a second-year resident he began dating when she was in medical school, but he admits that their progress as a couple did not come without its lessons and challenges.
As you'd expect, medical students have much less free time to date.
I also frequently think because I am a medical student, my time is more valuable than others, especially those without demanding jobs.Mistake #1 – Thinking my time is more valuable than others I’m a very selfish person.I especially value my time and absolutely hate wasting time.At the end of the day, I know that’s my pride talking and I need to let go of that superiority complex.My time is valuable but thinking that my time is more valuable than my partner’s is a potential fuel for a fights.