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10 Things to Know Before Dating the Female Paramedic A couple weeks ago I was catching up with a dear friend and fellow paramedic. As most girl-girl conversations go, we quickly got on to relationships as she was filling me in on the newest love in her life. Living in a smaller town can wreak havoc on the single person in the dating scene. The one degree of separation in a small town narrows when you live in the EMS/Fire/LE world, not to mention the rumor mill is more efficient than any social media.We discussed how difficult it can be dating in the EMS/Fire world. An outsider would think, ‘Hey, you’re around all of these hot guys all the time, it must be easy to find someone.” Well, the answer is yes and no. A few quiet days in a row equals an excellent call. When you and your partner are the only ones not panicking in the room. When you don’t let anybody get between you and the exit route at social gatherings. If you think getting off the layzee boy and answering the phone is a good form of exercise 38. Random phones and buzzers send your heart into VF 26. If you find skipping with an oxygen tubing a good form of exercise 37.Consider yourself forewarned and blessed to have the opportunity to enjoy the company of one of the wonder women. We can’t guarantee you a life of a headache free relationship, but we promise you will never be bored.~Written by Dannie Myers, EMT-P/RN of many years and a couple relationships to back up #’s 1-10.We have worked as partners, so we know each other well. In 9 years being together he maybe mentioned 5 cases. The dynamics of being in relationship with another tough person/person working in the same field is…

2016-08-01 April 10 Things to know before dating the Female Paramedic Wow... I have been FF/Medic for 16 years and my husband as well.

You’ve walked into a patients house with just a BP cuff and argued that really, you’re over-prepared 96.

You’ve described a patient who has suddenly died as having made “a good innings” 97.

You’ve made jokes, which you have honestly thought were funny, about a funny way in which a patient has died 98.

You’ve had to explain to a triage nurse that the reason that you’ve come to their hospital is “because they’re a public hospital and you have a public patient 99.

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