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A pattern emerged of frequently waiting for him to get off work, never knowing when that would be, cold dinners waiting at home, and communication breakdowns increasing.I found myself frequently journaling in the glow of my laptop as he slumbered next to me in bed. I am trying to conform myself to his needs, his life, and am suffering in the process. Although we have had a few rough patches (nothing too serious and nothing was our fault). I don't think we will be marrying each other too soon because he is so busy. In a about a year I will be able to get my associates. I have also thought about a masters degree but I am not sure if I am going that far yet. I am on break right now but I am going back in January. He has asked me what type of rings I would like and his best friend asked if it would be ok if he went with my boyfriend to look at rings. I am upset that I haven't been able to see him lately. I am thankful that he is finding the time to talk to me. I also understand that when he does get a day off that he has to be exhausted. I am really trying to be patient but it is starting to get hard.All I can do is float, drink in the vastness, and wonder where the tide will take us.As we grew in awareness and caring for each other, his physician schedule and activities pulled on us both like quicksand.
I became increasingly hopeless that our connection could survive long-term. He invited me out to dinner a month later to find some closure.
I looked it up on the internet how much time he is working and the amount of hours that he is in the hospital is ridiculous. I know there is not but I couldn't help thinking this. I know that residency usually last for four years and he has quite a while to go. All I want is to know that I will at least be able to see him every couple of months if possible.
In the back of my mind I have thought "can he really be that busy or is something else going on"? I am trying not to be selfish and trying to be really understanding for him. I am not going into the medical field so I don't know how it feels but I know that my college courses keep me busy enough. I am willing to wait for him and be patient through the next couple of years.
I wonder if the way I dismiss my body (e.g., skin cancer risks, breathing, lumps) is mirrored in how you dismiss my compliments. So, if I start wearing sunscreen more often will you feel how amazing you are?
Love is an archetype I have embodied for many years, but now it feels bigger than me, more powerful than my total awareness, and enveloping me like an ocean holds a jellyfish.
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When I was finishing my fifth year of studies as clinical psychology doctoral student, I fell in love with a second-year medical resident; a wanderer at heart with the softest smile and a way of listening that made me feel like the whole world stopped when I spoke.