Time that you spend commuting together in your shared vehicle doesn’t count either.
Dating a med student
It’s Valentine’s Day; so today of course we’d like to focus on love. This year, the majority of my classmates are still in relationships, but some have drastically altered their relationship status.
I wrote an article last year about the pros and cons of dating different types of people in medical school.
We’ve had a few students get divorced, some starting dating other medical students and others started dating a non-med student.
I polled a few of my classmates and they all agreed that developing and maintaining a relationship in medical school (or as a dedicated pre-med) can be a challenge.
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In any relationship, you have to have some amount of give and take.
There will be times when you need more support and times when your significant other will need more support.
You need to make time to spend quality time with your significant other.
You can’t count the time that you spend staring at your computers in the same space whether it’s a coffee shop or your couch.
Emily is currently a fourth-year medical student at the University of Colorado and is hoping to go into Pediatrics.