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Med school starts with a lot of Parties and new experiences. I've noticed that a lot of people that enter medical school usually break up during the first year (when their SO is non medical).
I think this is mainly because of the strain medical school puts on a relationship and the realization that its gonna be like this maybe until residency ends.
We've been together for 3 years, and are moving in together.
I feel like it won't be difficult to make it work. In my opinion, whether a relationship works or fails doesn't depend on the length of time you have already dated, doesn't depend on your status as a medical or an non-medical personnel.
Being in a relationship with a busy doctor can be hard.
Dating and relationship expert Maya Diamond says: "When you're dating someone who's really busy, you have to be intentional about creating quality time.
And if I weren't married, I don't think I'd date inside of my class.
I wouldn't worry about it too much if you're living together. My boyfriend's (non-med) ex broke up with him when he started med school because she didn't want to move, wait, or do long distance. We met at the beginning of his third year and have been dating long distance since then. We avoid most problems by communicating lots, which applies to all relationships.
Try to be understanding that their plans will often change.
" If you are willing to answer yes, then the relationship may not fail from your end, if your partner can answer yes to the same questions, then congratulations, you can probably make it work.
You may think these guys are joking but they are 100% serious, cook good food for him, support him, and fuck him, that's all you have to do.
You might need to plan ahead of time so you can spend time together, and sometimes you might have to plan fast.
Also, though, it's important to make sure the person you choose has enough time and energy for you.