As many of you who have followed my blog in the past know, my work is pretty stressful. I usually focus a lot of my time writing about Dr. B, but in all reality my job takes a lot of my time and adds to a lot of my stress in the background. When we… Continue reading It’s a sign?
Just a shout out to all my spouses, partners, family and friends of someone who found out whether or not they matched today – to those of you with great news the wait until Friday begins. Congratulations. Be thankful for this day, even though I know you are anxiously awaiting Friday. To those who may… Continue reading Match Day isn’t the LAST day
To all those out there dating a medical student who is finishing up their forth year, match day is around the corner. This can be a particularly scary time because there are so many potential changes ahead. I know first had how difficult match day can be. For anyone that has followed this blog, they… Continue reading Match Day 2017 – Tips to help keep you chill
I’m back – I swear this time! I know it has been soooo long since my last update. I always say I will continue to post when I finally start to write. And well I might put up a few posts – and then I get into the habit of not updating again. This time,… Continue reading Blast from the Past
I am at the 6 week mark until my wedding. The stress has really been building. I am in the process of negotiating job offers and trying to still stay focused on work and wedding stuff. On top of that, although Future Dr. B and I finally found a rental house to relocate to, we… Continue reading 10 Reasons to Love Dating a Medical Student
This was my big weekend…my shower bachelorette extravaganza. It was beautiful – so I had to post a preview. More to follow!
I read this article today in US News and World Report. It was a true eye opener. For anyone out there in a relationship with a medical student, resident, or attending physician, we often encounter situations where our significant other is truly stressed, tired or depressed due to the demands of medicine. I usually try… Continue reading Dating a Stressed, Depressed, Burnout