Medical dating site
Remember, we are very caring and nurturing :)I'd much prefer the right nurse at the right time than the dumba** for life M. I've found that career nurses that deal with life and death every day (E. nurses, oncology, ICU) are hardcore and jaded and emotionally distant.I'd have a hard time dating a nurse and have been told by a couple of nurses that I'd be nuts for ever dating one again and I'm beginning to think they're right, unless it was something like a peds nurse.
it seems as though there is disportionate number of people here that work in this field.Nurses, fire fighters, cops, teachers all are underpaid and have shiatty jobs to do and don't get the respect they deserve i am in the medical field and am not a nurse, i work as a health care aide.Now i find it difficult to date because of the hours of work, and when im not working i take care of my son, so that is my reason for useing a site like this one.Granted, there is enormous stress associated with our field, but like everything else in life, you have to be able to balance your professional and your personal life, to make things work.We need to make time for the important things in life.We just have to be pretty damn good at dealing with stress, emergencies, and watching people suffer at times.I found that nurses have a different kind of personality then the average person. It’s hard to put a finger on it, but for some reason they seem more down to earth. As for why there might be more medical professionals on a dating website then other professions. Although a large percentage of nurses, whom one might assume to be great at judging character, seem to be able to pick out the biggest jerks and losers to date. My mother is a nurse and has been an RN for the last 27 years.Since those of us who work hands on with the patients are with them all day, while on duty.When I say “Special kind of person” I do not mean saintly and all that garbage.The community college were I used to go to has a 2 year wait list for the RN program and not only that, but you also have to have a G. Working in a medical field isn't your typical Monday through Friday 9-5. It's working 12 hour shift, and being called in and on call.It's a very demanding field, and I respect anyone that has the time and the patients to deal with it because I do not (hence why I'm going into the Non-clinical aspect). I threw it out there...free to throw it right back at me.