How to maintain your relationships during nursing school
“Maintaining a relationship during nursing school takes some effort. Your time is taken up by studying, classes, clinicals and labs. Oh, did I mention studying? At the end of the day, there is just not much time left for significant others. Now, I am referring to romantic relationships here, but the same concept also applies to friendships.
I’ve put together a list of tips from my own experience to hopefully give some advice and encouragement to future, current and even past nursing students. I was dating, planned a wedding, got married, moved and had a baby all through my years of nursing school. And yes, I’m still married, so I must have done something right.”
Amanda Lundberg is a nurse.
She shares her story and discusses her KevinMD article, “How to maintain your relationships during nursing school.”
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