I was petrified and broken-hearted to see my 20 something year old friend like that. We met in his final year of med school I moved 2+ hours from my entire family, friends, church and all support. Doctors are tired a lot and that can be exhausting too. I was not moving with him until there was a promise and it would still take me a few months to find a job and relocate. I hope that I get to see him more than once a year.
What do you occupy your time with? Juggle them with a working wife, a housewife with children and things become difficult. My husband's extramarital relationships were well-known in the hospital where he practiced. I am trying to find a tenure-track position close to my husband this year, and I just keep my fingers crossed that I can do that. It sure has its ups and downs. Small business - hard he just keep up games! Now I look at his job and his schedule and his tiredness as a part of both of our lives, rather than something that is just his life that I have to deal with. Sometimes my husband is not home.
We've been dating two plus years, and we find a key is taking vacations. I work full time as well and have supported him throughout med school. We make it a point to read from the scriptures every day together. I will be friendly and smiling and will ask about them. If I were 5 foot 10, I think I could make it to modelling. He can relate to me and we can relate to each other which makes us strong to begin with. I was actually just talking to my husband about that the other day, at first he said that it depressed him when I said that, but really, it helps! Ehrs can be addressed by 1 way and therapy found that it be hard.
That is speaking from my own relationship. I am really trying to be patient but it is starting to get hard. Marriageable men of status are also decreasing due to the increase of women in the workplace — which works out for me. I know that time spent together even when we're both just sleeping is valuable. In fact, my undergrad major was Bio. I was so incredibly supportive of him and his career. Unfortunately, it does not get easier, just different.
I feel as if my husband and I just live passed eachother. My boyfriend and I moved in together when he started his fellowship last year. Things have been mostly good, but there are always challenges to deal with. This is particularly true of doctors. I am the wife of a general surgeon in his mid 50s. I too wish I had researched more in depth the other doc's wives blogs out there - I would have come up with a much more clever blog title! Where is your article to women pursuing medicine? I can understand his desire to spend time together to reconnect, but right now it really isn't there.
I wish I had not ignored the signs whiles we dated but now I am out of energy. It's been really tough and am only hoping to see a glimpse of the reward soon, whether it is simply watching a movie and actually finish it in one sitting or finally having dinner in the same room. I can't quite put my finger on it. I try to visit for a couple hours here and there. I have a fairly 9-5 business profession, but a lot of other stuff going on most weeknights.
I chanced upon this post because I was looking for help. Instead, the realistic options for most women for marriage will be average men: truck drivers, construction workers, retail managers, etc. It kills me that we are now diminished to a mere statistic. While things are pleasant and I am happy in the relationship and how things are going, I understand the frustrations posted on the blog. I think that is why most of my friends who have gone this route either drop out or settle for marrying other doctors. I feel selfish to never be around but this is my dream so much so that I refuse to have children because I dont want my kids to have a workaholic mother who's never there. German babe gets her pd treatments with the most offices doctors in medicine.
Asian american community a woman, whom chahal is hard and feeling lonely ladies subscribe to get trading cards ipod music talent show. I am a male graduate from medical college preparing for pg. And when you give all that you have to support someone else's dream, the money, cars, jewelry, etc mean little, unless you're a gold digger. Is it wrong that I feel guilty? Then again, I doubt any man who's not in medicine is willing to put up with the sacrifices of being a neurosurgeons husband. You sound like a wonderful person.
There will be sacrifices but I am hopeful. Had she chosen to be a doctor, she might have to wait an entire decade, and by then although there are still desirable single men there are far fewer. Although most of our communication is through text. So we'll drink the beer I brought over and I give him a back massage and go down on him luckily he does return the favor in terms of physical stuff when he 's less tired and we have amazing sex. Yes I am trying to be as supportive as I can of his residency program. Realize that your Dr spouse isn't intentionally wanting to make you feel lonely or depressed, and they most likely feel as isolated by their work as you do. I was blessed with three beautiful, smart, healthy kids.