Sunday, May 24, 2015

Reasons Why You Should Marry A Medical Doctor

Disclaimer: This is not in any way a persuassion for
you to go out and look for a female physician to
impress. This article in itself does not seek to make
saints out of female physicians, but I'm sure it
portrays to a near 100% what makes them tick.
Relax and have fun.

Top eight reasons why you should marry a female doctor

I have been a lover of the medical field but fear of blood and smell of drugs made me had a rethink.

i dream of getting married to one maybe in real life or in my dreams lol.
But female doctors can be fun to be with, Their composure and attitude to life makes them standout.

This are some reason why you should think of marrying one.

1. They know how to save lives

Someone once gave me the advice to marry the
person you want to be in the trenches with. In other
words, when the heart beat is hitting the roof, who
do you want next to you, being your partner, and
getting you through the hard times? So, why not be
with someone who knows how to save your life,

2. They understand hard work.

Whether it is gaining admittance into medical
school, suffering through medical school, placing
into a residency, or working for 30 hours straight
without sleep, they know what hard work looks like;
because they have done it. Marriage, at times, can
require a lot of work, and trust me, you want a
partner who will work as hard as you in ensuring
each other’s happiness.

3. They handle stress well and multi-task like
professionals they are.

Your in-laws have stayed too long, the baby is
screaming, the cable is out, the game is on, and the
music is loud; and who knows what your firstborn is
doing. Wait, why is there water coming from
underneath the bathroom door? Well, the saying in
our house is, “At least no one is bleeding”. And then,
if someone is bleeding, expect to hear, “No worries,
all bleeding stops.” Because it really is true. All
bleeding does stop, and they understand this.
Stopping a bathroom flood in comparison to
stopping a bleeding subclavian artery or delivering a
baby with an umbilical cord around its neck? Which
is tougher? You see?

4. They are financially viable.

You may make more money than them, they may
make more than you. Guess what? They don’t care.
You should appreciate that they can help your family
and will always have a job. Life is unpredictable. If
you lose your job or become ill, or want to go back
to school, you won’t have to worry about how your
family will eat or be clothed. Think outside the box,
guys. It is your family’s income and stability that
matters, and they will always be able to help with
their fat pay check.

5. They are smart.

Um, duh. If you can’t understand the benefits of
being married to an intelligent woman, then I can’t
help you. I don’t do brain transplants on kids.

6. They have good personalities.

Being a doctor isn’t just being a good technician.
They have to sell themselves and their skills to their
patients. They have to engender trust from
strangers, which requires a good “bedside manner”,
ie a good personality!

7. They tend to be low maintenance.

When they have slept in bunk beds in their early or
mid twenties and lived off of the most likely expired
peanut butter and crackers found in the dark
recesses of random cupboards, high maintenance
really isn’t in their vocabulary. They don’t expect
limos on dates. Just show up and have food served
at something other than room temperature and you
are way ahead in the game!

8. They have a unique perspective on life.

They take care of sick people. They have witnessed
the moments that Death has come to take their
patients away, and they have comforted those left
Since this is how they spend their days, they are
much less likely to give you hell over forgetting to
pick up your underwear off the floor.u
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