How many of you are married to or date someone in the Medical Field? - page 4

Just a curious question. I have not known that many people in the medical community, but of those I did every single one either married or dated someone else in a medical profession. Is it really... Read More

  1. by   Mint Julip
    My husband is a project manager. In a previous life I dated a police officer, a lawyer and a physician who was A LOT older than me. I almost married the police officer, but then I met my husband and that settled that. He's everything I've ever wanted in a partner and so much more :blushkiss I wouldn't trade him for the world.
  2. by   Chrislynn2003
    I haven't dated anyone in the medical profession, but I sure would like too!
  3. by   Tilleycs
    My girlfriend is an OR nurse. I'm working on my prerequisites for nursing school (I've been a technical writer for almost 10 years).
  4. by   karenG
    my soon to be ex-husband is a biochemist. we met on night duty. sometimes he totally lacks common sense................

    Karen
  5. by   essarge
    Gee, now I'm kinda depressed! Been married (((((coughing))) a few times to non-medical personnel. Maybe I should have listened to that song "Looking for love in all the wrong places" a few more times!! LOL!
  6. by   SLORRN
    My husband of 33 years was a police officer when we met & married in my senior year of nursing school. He went to nursing school & graduated the year our 1st child was born. It has been wonderful for us & I always recommend it to other nurses. However, I have far more collegues with non-medical mates than with. I love being married to a sensitive & caring nurse & wouldn't have it any other way. Also, male nurses know how & aren't afraid to take care of the kids.
  7. by   shirleyTX
    My husband is a physical therapist and specializes in ped. burns. I believe he is the smartest man alive when it comes to the body. A Dr. told him he should consider becoming a Dr. but he refused and said God has lead him where he is and this is what he should be doing. Sorry, don't mean to brag but he really does love his job. I hope once I become a nurse or future CRNA (oneday hopefully) I'll be able to say the same thing. It's nice because he can pretty much explain questions I have about the body and I can ask without feeling I'll be looked at stupid, like professors do sometimes.
  8. by   DMR1
    My girlfriend and I are about to enter nursing school.
  9. by   ?burntout
    My hubby works with cattle.....

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