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Talking to some of my (to be honest, male) classmates, it seems that a lot of their partners have a hard time with the fact that they can't always talk when they want to, which is why sometimes a set plan is best.If they tell you that they're going to the library for the next 6 hours, and that they'll call you after, it's really in both people's interest to let them be for those hours.One of the most popular google searches that brings people to my blog is something along the lines of "dating in medical school" based on this post I wrote a year ago.I figured a year, and many many experiences later, that it was time to write an update to that post.You spend so much time with your classmates, and go through so much together that it could be easy to just stay in that little bubble.Having them know your partner and having your partner know them just alleviates a lot of problems.

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Not to say they have to come to every hang out you have with your med school friends, but having them know your friends and having your friends know them makes everything easier.

When I was that person, I took over a lot of the house responsibilities - I did the grocery shopping, the laundry, took care of the bills, and did the majority of the cleaning. In addition, the time that he saved from not having to do the other life responsibilities could go towards real time with me. ;) Long-distance relationships, on the other hand, add a whole other level of difficulty on top of what already is a hard situation.

All LDRs have their hardships, but I feel because medical students rarely get free weekends or nights that it makes it pretty hard to always stay in touch.

Life in medical school is all about working towards the next quiz/exam/boards.

There are definitely things that the non-medical student can do to help, especially if you live together.