Dr who dating tips
It seems natural, given how much time they spend together at work.
But for many physicians, dating a fellow doctor comes with its own challenges — think long hours, rigid schedules, and free time spent catching up on sleep, times two.
The physician dating pool has also been changed by the fact that women have outnumbered men in American medical schools for most of the last decade.
In previous generations, the long hours worked by the mostly male young doctors were tolerated by their partners as simply part of the deal.
And How to Avoid Them, was named one of the top 10 most notable business books by the New York Post in 2007. Heidi Huser, a family practitioner who works in a Minnesota urgent care facility, considers herself a catch — funny, smart, stable, and easygoing.But some of those qualities make her male suitors insecure, says the 39-year-old."One guy I went to dinner with brought his pay stub," she recalls.Doctors' dating challenges The biggest obstacle young physicians face when it comes to finding a mate: lack of time.
They might have one free night a week — the rest of their time is spent with coworkers.
Translation: You'll have more opportunities to meet someone and go on dates, even if you're no longer treated to med-school mixers.