Sarah marked it down to a special price at .99 just for this podcast.
Sarah explains that those that are significant others of others have a lot of challenges that a couple faces together and that the significant other deals with on their own.
But she got to see the whole journey – taking the MCAT and applying to medical school through now.
In her book, she talks about helping keep relationships going through the stressful time of being a premed, being a medical student, and being a physician. Then leave a comment on this page regarding what’s your biggest concern about juggling medical school and your relationship.Sarah started dating her husband Brian when he was a Senior. A month after they started dating, he started studying for the MCAT.In hindsight, she thought it wasn’t the smartest decision.Today’s podcast is special because this is not only for you as premeds, but also for your significant other.Share this podcast with your loved one who is going through this process with you. Sarah Epstein is a Marriage and Family Therapist and her husband is a second-year emergency medicine resident.They started to think of it as something they could face together. He was doing all the work, but she was cheering him on.Marking his progress studying made her feel like this is something they were going at together. And over the course of the medical school, that was one of the fundamental keys to making it through each step.They started dating when he was starting to study for the MCAT.Sarah is the author of Love in the Time of Medical School.Get a chance to win one of five copies of Sarah’s book Love in the Time of Medical School. From these comments, we will be picking five winners at random.If you’re interested in grabbing a copy of the book, check it out on Amazon.