Dating a surgical resident
Lara has a conversation about the good and bad of being married to a surgeon with Megan Sharma, author of the upcoming book, “Memoir’s of a Surgeon’s Wife: I’m Throwing Your Damn Pager Into the Ocean.” Megan Sharma is an author and writing professional originally from Seattle, Washington and recently transplanted to the Midwest.
In 2015, the same year she moved cross-country (again!
I’m not trying to generalize every single person out there, but there are some contractors that, you know, when they come to your house to take care of like a driveway issue or lawn care or something like that. written on your mail or just in small talk make that discovery and I have noticed sometimes that the prices can go up.
And so I think you do have to advocate for yourself, kind of a bummer.
So if you haven’t reviewed the show and could take a second to do that, at least leave it some stars, if you are on Apple listening, that would be great. Originally from the West Coast and uh, recently transplanted to the Midwest.
I am excited for our guest today and so we will jump into that, but before we do that, I just wanted to give a shout out to anyone in a long distance relationship. I’ve had a couple of really kind of blue days where I’ve felt a little like this sucks, but at the same time I know that it won’t be forever and I’m thankful for my husband working hard and for my family and for the opportunities that we have. So Central Illinois is where I live now with my husband and our daughter. I’ve always wanted to write a book, but this was one of those things. I like to say that it’s a love story set against the backdrop of modern medicine, so it’s really the story of my husband and I and how we met and how we survived his surgical residency training, but it’s also kind of a wider look at the field of medicine and what it’s like being married to a doctor and sort of just practicing medicine in America.
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“It is hard not to sort of throw yourself a pity party sometimes when, you know, your friends and your family have spouses who have normal jobs, nine to five, they’d never have to work evenings, they never have to work weekends. Fingers crossed, really trying to be consistent in getting new content each and every week and I’m so thankful to know that you’re appreciating it. One came in that said, “I’ve been listening to this podcast for several months now and I’ve really enjoyed it.
They can go on vacation and they can just 100 percent vacate the job and that’s not our reality even after training.” Welcome to the Married to Doctors podcast. I feel like every episode I listened to, there is something in there just for me.
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) and became a mother, Megan traded her to for calling the shots in her own writing career.