You need to make time to spend quality time with your significant other.
You can’t count the time that you spend staring at your computers in the same space whether it’s a coffee shop or your couch.
They embody these principles and have one of my favorite medical school relationships. Emily Emily has been a teacher for Kaplan for over eight years; she's taught MCAT, ACT, SAT, SAT2 and tutored pretty much every subject under the sun in both the classroom and live online (aka Classroom Anywhere) settings.
You obviously wouldn't be with them unless they were great, so remind them.
Time that you spend commuting together in your shared vehicle doesn’t count either.
Those are nice ways to be in close contact, but chances are your mind is elsewhere. You can always find time in your schedule to spend with the people that matter.
It’s Valentine’s Day; so today of course we’d like to focus on love. This year, the majority of my classmates are still in relationships, but some have drastically altered their relationship status.
I wrote an article last year about the pros and cons of dating different types of people in medical school.