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Skip to :. Anonymous 1. Report Thread starter 4 years ago 1. I'm asking this question because I'm a student nurse who happened to have a crush on a medic and I think he has feelings for me too based on our interaction lately. However I was talking to my medic friend yesterday and she told me that Drs never go for a nurse because it's a step down for them which got me thinking is this the general consensus among male Drs? Not what you're looking for? Report 4 years ago 2. Why would anyone care about the social class of their partner? Report 4 years ago 3. No, this isn't true.
Maybe your medic friend secretly has feelings for this Dr Report 4 years ago 4. Report Thread starter 4 years ago 5. Original post by l'etranger Why would anyone care about the social class of their partner? Yaboi Badges: Report 4 years ago 6. Report 4 years ago 7. Just go for it - who cares what your medic friend thinks? And if this guy doesn't want to date you just because you're a nurse then maybe he's not for Dating nurses and doctors.
He probably isn't that shallow. Posted from TSR Mobile. Report 4 years ago 8. In all honesty, there is not very much social interaction between the two these days. The job has very little 'down time', with any kind of break in the day a rarity, and junior doctors change jobs every months anyway so you never really get to know the nurses. There is normally even a separate nurse's break room that the doctors don't go in. I used to work with a junior doctor whose parents were a doctor-nurse couple. Apparently this is a Dating nurses and doctors change that's happened in the last years - doctors and nurses just don't mix any more.
But those are barriers to meeting people, not problems with a relationship already underway. I don't think anyone's going to have a problem Dating nurses and doctors such a relationship! And if they do then tell them where they can shove their opinion. Report 4 years ago 9. Original post by Yaboi Because it breeds a certain type of person and upholds an image I guess.
Report 4 years ago My GP he's very charming and good looking is married to a nurse. Quick Reply. Submit reply. Attached files. Write a reply Back to top. Related discussions. Related articles. The secret of body language: how to tell if someone fancies you First-time sex: a beginner's guide How to cope with a break up Nine tips for making your long-distance relationship work. My Feed. Oops, nobody has posted in the last few hours. Why not re-start the conversation? Oops, nobody is replying to posts. Why not reply to an un-answered thread?
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