it's medical school and your 2nd and 3rd years are uber busy.things will be better during his 4th year during his electives and after he matches.
Granted I'm busy too, but we talk so little that it's beginning to worry me.
It scares me because I can't tell if we're growing apart or if he's really JUST always studying/at the hospital and has no time to give to me. RWhow bout dinner, pick you up round 8ish seriously though, don't take it personal.
If you care about him, you'll be super understanding, maybe take lunch to him or dinner to the hospital..don't expect him to be able to stop and take a few minutes to eat with you.
He is super busy, and is learning all he can about lifesaving methods, and they are killing him at the hospital right now.
This was sacred time for us together, without distractions, totally focused on each other.
My husband still expects a weekly date; he even admits that HE is the one who "needs" a date night every weekend.I remember (and my wife can confirm) sleeping through dates in 3rd year.We went to a party with my former co-workers - the first time my she met them - and I fell asleep on the couch. If it's a 3-month surgery rotation, it's quite understandable.Remember that we are the largest free online dating service, so you will never have to pay a dime to meet your soulmate.i just started seeing a 3rd yr ER resident. at the beginning he told me it is going to be hard to date him. when i text or email him he will reply but he has never initiated to contact me first. honestly, i used to stay in touch with all of my exes almost everyday. Take the time he actually can give you, and appreciate it. You got some good advice from the other posters on how to maintain contact.i dont expect phone call or text message everyday, but i rarely get a text a ca ll from him. Once his residency is over, you'll have more time together, but that's going to be a while from now. This is the type of OCD behavior that women have that drives men nuts and makes them think that ALL women are crazy. I met my ex when he was a 2nd year resident and married him when he completed his oncology fellowship. Keep yourself busy and do what you would normally be doing besides sitting around waiting for a guy to call.Spending Time Together Helping With Stress Reevaluating Priorities Community Q&A As doctors are intelligent and often passionate about their work, dating a doctor can be a wonderful experience.