Reasons why you ‘should’ date a Medical Student!


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“My boyfriend is a medical student” – Unknown

One thing that never ceases to amaze me in medical school is the quality of my friends. Simply put, they’re fascinating individuals with diverse pasts and laurels galore. They’re funny, they’re smart and they’re oddly attractive. No, no, I don’t mean they look odd or that they’re only attractive to odd folk. I just mean that a disproportionate number of people in med school are head-turningly.  Believe me it’s really easy to feel insecure around these beautiful boffins.

While some of my friends are in a stable relationship, a fairly large number are single with very few or no prospects in the foreseeable future. You might be thinking it is easy for medical students to find people to date. Well, it is and it isn’t! Easy because even before they finish their degree course they seems to have a sparkling future. It isn’t easy on the other hand because they usually are always busy engaging in classwork, studies or hospitals and they might not have enough time for you and also to be honest they usually sound boring with all their technical terms!

A few months ago a medical student friend told me parents don’t like their daughters to date medical students and even to have a son-in-law who is a doctor. I could not reason as to why parents feel this way I found it hard to believe, but it seems true because if having work-life balance is important to them, then it is so. But if money or wealth is all they want for their daughters, I wondered in light of the deepening primary care physician shortage. I want to ask them: “Do they think a stack of money can take care of their daughters in sickness?”  

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Big shout-out goes to all the non-medical student girls who date a medical student in spite of all the difficulties!

For those in a dilemma whether or not to date one of us: Consider these reasons to date a doctor-in-training when choosing a person to date. Your friends will be jealous when they see the benefits you reap. Because dating a medical student definitely has some major benefits. Let’s look at a few of the reasons to date a doctor-in-training:

1. They know how you feel or at least pretend to!!
2. They always have a strange new story to tell- They know what you want to hear and say it!!
3. They can stay up all night if you want them to.
4. They’re smart and always trying to dress nice- They went through a lot of schooling to get where they’re at. They had to take sciences and maths that would make the average head spin!
5. Can’t gross them out- They have seen the worst of the worst. Your funky skin rash isn’t going to send them running for the hills. With the gross things they deal with every day, it is very hard to surprise them.
6. They listen well- They are trained to listen very attentively to what you have to say and to process what you are telling them. Dating a female medical student will boost this benefit even more because of a female’s natural caring and attentive nature.
7. They’re fixers- They are trained to fix you. Their job is to problem solve and get everything working back to normal.
8. They’re committed- All of the schooling, studying, training and practicing took a lot of effort and dedication to complete. Dating them has many pros and this is a big one.
9. They’re Dependable- They are often on-call and have to be available at any hour of the day. You can rest assured that your doctor will be there for you any time you need them!
10. Status- Love should have nothing to do with titles or salaries, but doctors do come with a prestigious status. Doctors-in-training are highly respected in society and dating one puts you right alongside of them.

(Jorhat, 29th August, 2013)

**20 reasons why you should date a doctor!! (http://www.doctorshangout.com/forum/topics/20-reasons-why-you-should-date-a-doctor)

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22 thoughts on “Reasons why you ‘should’ date a Medical Student!

  1. Hmmmm..So Doctor Sahab..Are you committed?
    If yes then fine if no then I would suggest you to take a printout of this one and paste it in your medical college notice board,bus stop,public places.. :-P

    Chill I am joking.. :-)

    • Happy Birthday Harsha..
      Hilarious comment.. :D I can always take a joke :) I think that is exactly the thing I need to do.. Or maybe do I need to do that? Wait let me ask my girl friend.. I am in a relationship, but am I committed? That i don’t know :P

      • Hahahaha..Thanks again.. :-)
        And now you made a little confused,In a relationship but still committed is a question mark. :-P
        BTW if you GF see this comment how will she react?

      • Being committed and in a relationship if you know what i mean is totally a different realms of life..

        She will be happy because she finds me a bit boring as I am always away from her and never calls her hahaaa

      • Hahahaha…This one of its kind of reply..
        BTW for me committed and relationship has the same meaning and if by any chance my GF see me making relationship and commitment 2 different things then I am dead meat for sure.. :-P

      • Hey this is wordpress and girls don’t give a F about blog.. i don’t know about your gf but mine.. naaaa!!
        If this discussion happens to be on facebook then being in a relationship and committed I will treat them exactly and ends every sentence of the comment with i love you my girlfriend..
        This is different I a mean this is blog.. :P

      • Hahaha..Yes you’re right on that we are on WordPress and they surely don’t give F about blog..and the same is with my GF :D
        So you are safe I guess.. :-P

    • Yeah!! wear an apron and stethoscope around your neck..
      Reminds of that movie ‘Catch me if you can’ where Frank acted as a doctor and get himself a nurse girlfriend LOL :)

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