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Married in Med School: Sacrifice, Resilience and Life |
I wrote this guest post for Life of a Med Student and it is live now. Just some words on how life as a married medical student has been, with a non-medical partner. They have wonderful advice for anything related for #medschoollife survival. I especially love their posts on financial planning and managing your debt. Definitely check them out and follow them on Twitter for an assortment of tips for life as a med student. One of the questions I get most asked about is how I balance marriage and being a medical student. The simple answer is sacrifice. To fully explain this, I need to rewind a few years back. The pillars: Being in a committed relationship during college (especially if you’ve been together since high school) is truly a challenge. More so when you are not in the same year and even more when you have different majors. There needs to be a mutual understanding of what each profession/major requires of each part. In addition to that, each part needs to have the necessary maturity to make the right decisions, and even take fault when mistakes are made. I am not going to sit here and say I didn’t …