Sunday Special 19 – How to “residency-proof” your marriage (even if you’re out of residency) – Hannah Pye


Sunday Special 19 – My guest today is Hannah Pye.  Hannah is an emergency department nurse married to a military pediatrician.  She and her husband have been married for 11 years and have moved 7 times. So, they’ve had a decent amount of experience in managing expectations during the medical journey. She is the creator of our new online course, “Residency-Proof Your Marriage.”  As a follow up to our recent Marriage and Money, M.D. summit, I thought it would be good to hear the perspective of a physician spouse on how to make a marriage work throughout the course of a medical career with all its pressures and challenges.  Hannah is amazing, and I think you’ll really enjoy hearing her discussion today.  

 

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It’s time to Residency-Proof Your Marriage!

I’m excited to tell you about a new online course I’m launching called “Residency-Proof Your Marriage.”  I’ve seen way too many couples get divorced or see their relationships go sour during their medical career.  Medical training is an inherently divisive time, so you have to work to combat that! 

This online video course will coach you through setting expectations, communicating effectively, getting on the same page with finances, and keeping your relationship thriving during a difficult time.  Whether you’re in medical school, residency, or out in clinical practice, Residency-Proof Your Marriage is going to help you build a thriving medical marriage.  

This is a very inexpensive investment in your marriage.  A weekend marriage retreat will cost upwards of $1000 between food, registration, lodging, and vacation time.  This course is just a fraction of that cost and you can complete it on your own time!

The course is also eligible for CME credits, so you can use your employer’s CME funds to sign up.

Registration for the course is open NOW! 

 

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body of christFree Resource: The Body of Christ – A 14-day devotional series for healthcare professionals

This is a medically-themed devotional series with Bible passage discussion, reflection questions, prayers, and action steps to take each day.  It’s a great series, and you can download it for free below.

Also, we are expanding The Body of Christ to a full 90-day series, and we are now accepting submissions from guest authors for the devotional series.  If you want to contribute to the series and write some of the devotionals, please let me know! 

Guest authors get full attribution and promotion for their business, blog, or podcast.  You can email me at info@thescopeofpractice.com.

Meet Hannah Pye

Hannah is an emergency department nurse married to a military pediatrician.  She’s also  the creator of our new online course, “Residency-Proof Your Marriage.”  She is passionate about helping physicians and their spouses develop thriving relationships that can withstand the pressure of a medical career.

She first wrote her blog “Residency-Proof Your Marriage” many years ago, and it has grown into a full-fledged online curriculum.  She had her husband live in Georgia with their children and practice the same great techniques for marriage that she outlines in the “Residency-Proof Your Marriage” course.

Registration for the course is open NOW! 

 

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