Monthly Archives: March 2016

The Third Year Track

If you recall from my general overview of medical school (click here for a refresher), third year is the beginning of clinical rotations. Students are introduced to many of the major specialties and have an opportunity for one elective. At

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The Absurdity of Match Day

We are still years away, but given the ridiculousness, it is not too soon to talk about Match Day. Let’s start with the what: Match Day is when fourth year medical students learn what residency program they will attend. After

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Relationships, Vulnerabilities, and Therapist Talk

Adapted from original article at symmetrycounseling.com I have referenced them many times before (like here, here, and most recently here), and it is time to go deeper in understanding the ramifications individual vulnerabilities have on relationships. While my testament to the

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