Ever have a major crush on a doctor - page 5

Ever know someone who has a major crush on a doctor? Then you have to be extra nice to all the doctors so it's not so obvious that your so nice to your crush doctor. Then your co-workers name 6... Read More

  1. by   FutureArmyNurse
    Quote from ninaldunn
    Ever know someone who has a major crush on a doctor?
    I did! When I was in the hospital for 5 days recovering from PTC (pseudotumor cerebri). Gorgeous blue eyes, strong hands, no wedding band, great sense of humor...he was flirting with me in a fairly open manner but I had just started seeing someone, and one day he came to visit me. Doc was explaining something to me at the time, BF took my hand and sat down next to me, and gave me a kiss, and Doc jumped about 3 feet straight up when he saw that. He never came back after that. We definitely had some kind of chemistry going and I'll never forget how I felt like I had hurt his feelings or something. I was only 22 and pretty naive, but...

    He was hot. However, my BF soon became my hubby, thankfully :kiss
    Last edit by FutureArmyNurse on Apr 30, '04
  2. by   redwinggirlie
    If you're going through all this trouble for another man, isn't that kind of cheating in a far-fetched way? 3rdshift said it best.
    The only doc I ever had a crush on was the one who gave me a little bit more pain reliever when I got my jaw cut on. A blessing he was......
  3. by   Nursekatydid
    I have the biggest crush on one of the chief surgical residents at my hospital. He is extremely good looking with a grrrrrrrrrrreat butt!!!! I must say that during my critical care clinicals, I worked with 2 of his ex girlfriends and he is known for getting around, so why am I attracted to him? Maybe its that bad boy reputation!!!!! I don't know :chuckle
  4. by   nurseunderwater
    Quote from 3rdShiftGuy
    Too bad you couldn't wear the makeup and loose the weight for yourself, and for your husband, rather some hopeless case.
    well said!
  5. by   nurseunderwater
    Quote from theblondeone
    Last year I developed a crush on one of our chief residents that lasted about two weeks but for the strangest reason. He's not particularly attractive, but he's very sweet and attentive. One night, I was overwhelmed with a man who was a full code and circling the drain. This doc had come down to check on one of his post op patients and had found a "code brown". This doc cleaned the man up and changed his bed linens, all by himself!!! I had never even heard of a doc doing this! He came and told me in a very nonchalant way, "Mr. B has a good case of the runs, I cleaned him and changed him, just have the aid check on him. I know you're swamped." I about fell out and developed a whopper of a crush on him after that. Ya know, nurses are attracted to the strangest things.LoL.
    WOW! :spin: WOW!
  6. by   Dixiecup
    Quote from Rapheal
    Once for about 10 minutes. I hated the feeling of being so distracted and the confusion of having these feelings for someone other than my hubby. Every time the man popped into my mind I would force myself to think of something else. Worked like a charm- crush over.

    But we are all human and the laws of attraction do not care if you are married or not. If your crush is an inspiration than I think no harm done. But if your emotions start to overide your intellect than you will get hurt. So be careful girl!
    You're soooo right. I worked with my cruch Doctor side by side on a daily basis for about two years and then the crush became love. Foolishly I believed him when he said the feeling was mutual. I left my husband but he didn't want to give up half of his retirement account. :angryfire :angryfire
  7. by   Hellllllo Nurse
    I have wanted to crush a doctor. Does that count?
  8. by   Hellllllo Nurse
    When I worked in hospice, I had a major crush on a really hot mortitian.
  9. by   BHolliRNMS
    I bet they did
  10. by   Truly_Blessed
    Unless he looks like Denzel Washington...forget it!
  11. by   BHolliRNMS
    I flirt with them, too. They love it. It inflates their ego and they will do whatever you need them to do. lol One of my docs calls me "luscious lips." haha He isn't attractive at all and is old enough to be my dad...but his plastic surgeon son....now that's another story!
  12. by   EarthChild1130
    I did have a crush on my GYN doctor, but I got over it LOL...I DO, however, have crushes on some of my husband's co-workers...he's in the Coast Guard as a search/rescue flight mechanic, so his buddies are all either flight mechanics, pilots, or rescue swimmers...(sigh)...I adore my husband...we're best friends, but it sure is nice watching all those buffed up military guys (hubby included! lol) jump in that helicopter and fly off into the Gulf to rescue some poor soul!
  13. by   Benton
    Past the crush, if you want to date an available doc try this and you will. Be spunky with them! Disagree with them on something that you can backup. I've noticed a trend over the years and it also relates to my own experience with dating a doc. A lot of these guys are not accustom to someone standing up to them and when someone does...well, it intrigues them. It also shakes their confidence. Yes, the right time and tact is required, but it's not that hard to do. I had no desire to date a female MD, yet when one asked me out, I thought, "Why not?" It all started after I called her a wimp! We dated for a time, but I got tired of her hours. I wouldn't do it again, yet someone who is looking for a lifestyle and not a life may want to date/marry a doc.