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Well, having never dated one and this is only speculation, I would imagine I'd be alone, a lot.
There would have to be a pretty strong trust between both parties. SO's time some of my family are in the healthcare field, so I'm pretty understanding of the hectic schedule.
While you may not be able to control your work hours all the time, and you WILL need an SO who understands it can be out of your hands, you do control the attitude you bring with it.
It's sort of like what they tell you in anger management..you react is all up to you.
I just don't see what kind of couple time there is once you've worked at least two full time work weeks in the space of one week. I've been in relationships where I was the sustaining factor before, and I can speak from that experience that I would not be able to sustain a relationship for that long.If I were single and the guy was awesome, I'd probably give it a try, but I don't know how long I could do that.I don't think I'd mind the odd hours since I keep odd hours myself.If you are tired and stressed, but lash out when you are tired and stressed...you're going to have a hard time getting along with an SO.You will have to put effort in to making things work, so that your future girlfriend doesn't feel like she is always the one bending over for you. Like, don't forget her birthday (which my ex-boyfriend who was a med school student did), or try to plan for special occasions like that.
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I found every response to be worthwhile and helpful, regardless of what was said. Although, I know many who have non-med partners and do great.