In the comments, someone asked for a post with tips for non-medical people to keep in mind when dating residents. If they are working a late shift or overnight, you win huge points if you offer to bring them food. Let me tell you, it’s more Mc Lonely than Mc Dreamy up in here, ladies. You'll have more time than you know what to do with. Your partner will spend almost one day out of every single weekend working. My suggestion (and really, this applies to everyone, no matter what profession your partner): Fill your life – with friends, with furry three-legged cats, with books, with travel, and when you're reunited because his shifts have lightened up? I've learned – okay, I'm still learning – not to hound him the moment he walks in the door. My suggestion: Always have a Plan B or start enjoying meals by yourself – I swear, sushi tastes better with a good book! (To be fair, it was my sister's wedding and we didn't have much a choice.) But still, learn from us and spread those two week vacas out or those hospital stretches are going to feel like for-ev-er. Your needs & wants, both physical and emotional, take a backseat to the patient(s) the majority of the time. I smiled and watched him until he got it right, because to watch someone you love do something they love? And let us not even discuss the tragedy known as "nightshift," a cruel two-week period where the amount of time I see the Bear amounts to the brief minutes we share a bathroom, brushing our teeth – him, before bedtime, me, just having woken. (My mantra: No big shares while there's still blood on his scrubs.) Let him have his space, get some food in his belly, and then start the conversation. This practice is still hard for an untrained, overeager puppy like me who wants to emote every feeling every second she feels it. Repeat after me, in the Sandlot voice: FOR-EV-ER.4. If you're a needy person and/or require immediate gratification (who? What I've found to be helpful in managing expectations is to simply have no expectations. You may elect to be treated as a resident alien for the entire calendar year if you were a Lawful Permanent Resident of the United States at any time during the calendar year. You must attach a statement to Form 1040 to make the first-year choice for the current year.
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