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Emily is currently a fourth-year medical student at the University of Colorado and is hoping to go into Pediatrics.
She's involved in many campus opportunities such as being a Prospective Student Representative, admissions committee member, CU-UNITE member, and co-president of the Education and Teaching Interest Group.
So take it easy, don’t pour your heart and soul into this pseudo relationship yet.
As far as the other person is concerned, you’re both still entitled to play the field a little.
They embody these principles and have one of my favorite medical school relationships. Emily Emily has been a teacher for Kaplan for over eight years; she's taught MCAT, ACT, SAT, SAT2 and tutored pretty much every subject under the sun in both the classroom and live online (aka Classroom Anywhere) settings.
Properly handling these emotions are even more important when you’re in medical school. Apologize and focus on your communication and why you like each other in the first place.
That’s why it’s important to communicate with your significant other. If you focus on communication, your relationship will become and stay strong.
Time is one of your most valuable resources in medical school.
You will be stressed out and may accidentally vent that frustration on your significant other. One of my favorite couples in my medical school class involves a guy who’s not medical at all and a girl who is a Type A, wildly intelligent, stress bucket, med student.
He can tell you when her upcoming exam is and what the topic is.