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Our Experience from the Frontlines of COVID-19

My husband’s first rotation was night shift on the COVID unit in July. Nothing says welcome to the first year out of medical school in internal medicine like a viral pandemic. Our closest friends and family often don’t realize the ins and outs of life of...

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...

Supporting Your Spouse’s Decision to do a Fellowship

For the month of February, we certainly needed to have a guest blogger who has known her husband since she was thirteen! 😍 From undergrad to a five-year residency, TWO fellowships, and three small girls, she continues to be his cheerleader. A fellowship is certainly...