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Intimate Relationships in Medical School
How to Make Them Work



June 2000 | 144 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
Intimate Relationships in Medical School is for anyone studying the medical sciences who is marries or in a committed relationship. Michael Myers—an experienced psychiatrist and clinician—uses several case examples throughout the book, which are composites from his practice. Through these and the author's suggestions and insights, the busy, committed medical student and his or her partner will increase their ability to confront and resolve misunderstandings.

 
Introduction
 
We're Not Communicating
 
Is Communicating Supposed to Be This Hard?
 
Listening
 
Pay Attention to Life Cycle Issues
 
Why Am I So Miserable?
 
We're a Gay Couple
 
You Never Want to Make Love Anymore!
 
What about Extramarital Relationships?
 
Maybe We Should Just Break Up
 
I Wish I Knew Whether This Was Normal or Not
 
I Worry about Our Kids
 
Intermarriages Can Be Tough
 
I Feel Out of Control
Is It the Relationship or Me?  
 
Looking Ahead to Residency
 
Surely We Can Fix This Ourselves
I'm a Medical Student!  
 
Is There Any Decent Help Out There?

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