Given this, the idea of maintaining a serious relationship during medical school may seem impossible.
Of course, relationships aren’t something most people can casually choose to participate in—it’s not like you can just say “sorry, I’m off to med school, let’s pick this up in four years.” If you’re in a relationship, I have good news for you: it’s not impossible to make it through medical school. Here are some of the pros and cons of having a relationship during medical school: Pros: 1) A relationship can keep you grounded.
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A wise medical student must appropriate his/her time appropriately and it can be very difficult to neglect someone you love for something that isn’t all that fun to do (lots of studying).
Tempers become shorter as weariness sets in, and this can lead to more disagreements and can potentially lead to the implosion of the relationship.
It’s the end of summer, the time where entire classes of new medical students are packing up and heading off to school together.
Initially it’s a whirlwind of names and faces, as these hundred or so people meet each other for the first time.