Should be interesting with my alternative health practices and outlook. On a practical level, she's likely to be too career focused and tired all the time; for me relationships and a great degree of intimacy are more important than anything else.
Also, she's not likely to want to date me, since my 'power' is more internal.
I mean... I work security in a hospital and... gonna be honest... there are some male doctors who take really good care of their figures and their skin lol
It's like... I know they come to work, do their job, and then go to the gym and go home and go to sleep and repeat.
I know their work schedules. I know they must not have time for social lives - 'cause I also go to the gym, go to work, go home, sleep, and repeat. I barely have time for a social life. If my boyfriend's schedule wasn't as busy as mine we probably wouldn't make it.
So... I'd date a doctor because they're attractive and I know they're nice (except the ones who think they're God's gift to mankind because they are a doctor, but those don't speak to lowly security officers such as myself) but I wouldn't because... when would we date? Like... we don't have any time haha
On one hand, money- sounds extremely shallow, but we would have nice things, which is nice, but by no means necessary. Intelligent (and very likely to be well read)- me likey. Cares for the well-being of others- me also likey.
On the other hand- very long hours- leaving early, coming in late, probably tired all the time, not enough time for kids (with the money, can lead to spoilt children), or me for that matter. My uncle is a top neurosurgeon in London, so I hear these things firsthand :/
Why not, if she is beautiful yeah!!! She's already smart since she is a doctor! The only problem I ever see with dating doctors/nurses is that time can be an issue with their job and not having an excessive amount of social time
She's likely to be intelligent, professionally stable and have some curiosity about the world (the latter not guaranteed).
If she felt herself superior to the common run of humanity because she had a medical degree then, frankly, I'd tell her to take a hike. Working night shifts or weekends might be a problem but it should be possible to work round it.
No I wouldn't. Every single doctor I have ever met was an asshole that acted like they were better than everyone else. They also cheat like crazy. Overall they are just horrible people. Them being a doctor is a huge red flag.
Since I'm planning on becoming one, why the heck not. She would understand more about my job etc. Therefore she won't complain about me not being home most of the time.