Doctors and nurses dating

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At first, I couldn’t imagine nurses engaging in such kind of shallow relationship because I’m no stranger to the fact that nurses usually have a very busy lifestyle.Busy in such a degree that they almost turn themselves into social retards who don’t know what socialization and dating mean.And as unfair as it may seem, that impact is more than likely to be felt most by the nurse in the relationship.So, let’s go over a few rules to make sure you’re savvy about dating a doctor and don’t come away with professional regrets: And while fuming silences, spats in the hallway, tears and nasty remarks after a bad breakup make for good TV, they can give supervisors digestive problems.Flirting with your doctor might give a sense of awkwardness every time the two of you bump in each other during the daily hospital rounds.

The long hours and extreme situations of a medical environment can lead to more intense closeness than other workplaces.In addition to that, entertaining such kind of idea might create a rift between you and your other female co-workers, especially those who are equally enamored with this captivating doctor in white robe.You also don’t want to be reprimanded by your head/chief nurse so you better take extra precautions with your decisions. It depends on you and your priorities in life or career.However, I was proven wrong when a friend of mine attested that such intimacy really exists in real life.Though a lot of insecure coworkers or conservative hospital staff might raise their eyebrows, if you come to think of it, there is nothing wrong with flirting or even going to something deeper as long as both of you are currently unattached and are very professional when it comes to your daily duties.

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