Depending on the strength of your stomach, this could be the coolest or most horrifying part of dating a med student.
Rotations in the morgue, ER, and trauma departments will guaruntee your partner some insane experiences that simply must be shared.
On the other hand, she adds, “I think it's awful to put people who have this illness on the defensive, to feel like they've got to justify something to the universe.”Hannah says that in dating at least her bipolar has been a kind of blessing. Relationships are hard no matter what; challenge is inevitable.
Those people who don't want to be with you because of bipolar disorder, it's not because you're insane or weird or out there.
There will be ups and downs, late night study sessions, and flashcards for days, and literal human bones, but you'll learn to love it.
Here's a list of some of the things you need to know about dating someone in med school.
You’re going crazy.’ I started to doubt myself, like am I going insane?
I've come to find out that I was completely in the right.” After that experience, Hannah says she’s a little less trusting in relationships, although she still actively dates.
If you think medical school is hard, try dating someone who's in it.
Dating a doctor-to-be is a challenge and an adventure.
It's because they can't handle a challenge.
And they’re gonna have a very difficult life if that's the case.”So how people with bipolar find success in dating?
“I present it like I would present any other illness.