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Student Paralyzed Before Wedding: Doesn’t Give Up

Living with a disability was far from my radar. Ben and I met at high school youth group and continued to date even though we went off to different universities. We were nearing college graduation, both applying to graduate schools, and looking forward to marriage. I...

The Risk of Taking a Day Off

My husband and I were 27 when he started medical school. We had been married for almost 5 years and already had two children. Life was in full-swing and hard enough! Adding medical school was exciting and terrifying but felt doable. The loans and workload were things...

How to Maximize Your Tax Return in Graduate School

Updated 1-30-2021 to help with filing taxes for 2020. My hope is to guide you toward completing your taxes and maximizing your tax return! This is a post specifically for lower to moderate income filers and graduate students that want to file federal taxes for FREE...

A Student Doctor’s Perspective on the Application Process

Applying to medical schools often feels like this photo. Tom, my husband, has worked really hard and by God’s grace has balanced his relationship with God, family, and medicine over the past three years. Today he is generously taking time to share his experience...

When Your Fianc√© Applies to Medical School…

There are several books and blogs avaiable for those looking at a medical career but very few avaiable for a student doctor spouse. This block my chapter of Side-by-Side is reading through Prescription for a Doctor’s Wife by Debby Read and so far...