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When Sarah Parrott was in her early thirties, most of her single girlfriends spent at least two or three nights a week meeting guys, enjoying dinner dates, or otherwise socializing.
But Parrott, a Kansas City family medicine practitioner, had just finished medical school and was in the midst of a grueling internship.
She had only one free evening per week to share with her boyfriend.
"So what we arranged was that I would see him on my one day off a week, and anything beyond that, he would have to come to me," says Parrott.
"If I was working a 36-hour shift, he'd come by and kiss me on the forehead and tuck me into bed." Parrott recognized that someone so flexible is a keeper, so she married him.
Right is out there, and she's willing to take further action (like signing up for a more personalized dating service) to meet him.
Though Huser recently scaled back to 32 hours a week, many of the hours she works are on evenings and weekends, also known as prime-time dating hours.They might have one free night a week — the rest of their time is spent with coworkers."A lot of doctors don't have the opportunity to get outside their professional circle and meet new people," says Christie Nightingale, principal of concierge dating service Premier Match, LLC, which caters to busy professionals who don't have time to scout for dates.But some of those qualities make her male suitors insecure, says the 39-year-old."One guy I went to dinner with brought his pay stub," she recalls.But for many physicians, dating a fellow doctor comes with its own challenges — think long hours, rigid schedules, and free time spent catching up on sleep, times two.