Sometimes he would go in for overtime thinking that it would be two hours and he would get stuck and miss whatever event that we had planned. Sometimes you have to cancel them, or you just have to buck up and do it all by yourself. This keeps me from being angry and resentful when he isn't helping out more or not doing his honey-do list. It isn't fair to the wonderful, hardworking, firefighers who are admirable and trustworthy.
It used to frequently make me want to cry, but there is no use in fighting it. It is my husband's way of providing for his family. Also, this opens the conversation to let him know that I'm listening if he does need to talk about a bad call. Due to the large number of negative comments I have been receiving on this blog about firefighters, I feel I need to remind readers that this is supposed to be a place of ENCOURAGMENT, not a place to bash husbands or firefighters in general. Yes, firefighters cheat but so do many other people in many other professions. If you are having a hard time trusting your firefighter, please go see a professional counselor to see if you can work through those issues and give you wisdom of what to do in your unique situation.
If you can’t stand tardiness, a paramedic just might be for you. Your date will likely be a good driver — and have a pretty great sense of direction, too. Paramedics work long hours, are often on-call, and can bail on plans because of unavoidable overtime. At parties, your date will have some pretty great cautionary tales to share. Cut yourself while making dinner and not sure if you need stitches? If you have fantasies of being carried over the threshold, your date is likely physically up to the task.
Melissa Dohme was set to throw out the first pitch at a Tampa Bay Rays baseball game on May 11 when her boyfriend Cameron Hill surprised her with a proposal instead! She was stabbed 19 times in her head, neck and face, and 13 times on her hands and arms as she tried to block the switchblade.
10 Things to Know Before Dating the Female Paramedic A couple weeks ago I was catching up with a dear friend and fellow paramedic.Â 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.Â Living in a smaller town can wreak havoc on the single person in the dating scene.Â 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.
Besides, paramedics are “ALS” providers and we all know that “ALS” means “Ain’t Lifting Stuff.” Do you really want your romantic pa I’ve decided that there needs to be a bit of truth injected into this important subject area and since there’s nothing that people like more than a Gritty Reboot, I give you my own “15 REAL Reasons to Date a Paramedic.” Enjoy.I was messing around on Facebook the other day and came across an article one of my friends linked to titled “Fifteen Reasons to Date a Paramedic.” At least that’s how I’ll explain to my girlfriend why I was on e looking at an article on dating advice.Curiosity got the better of me with this one and I figured the slight ego boost that comes from seeing how my profession might make me a more desirable romantic partner couldn't hurt.When you think about the dynamic of the female first responder you can start to see how complex dating for her could be.Â Now, sure, there are women who have met their perfect match, dated flawlessly, gotten married, made several babies and lived happily ever after.It happens, it really does.Â But for the other 75% (generously speaking) who it doesnâ€™t work out for, this is for you. You have to be â€œmanlierâ€ than she is – This can be complicated. She can carry her own gear – though we do love chivalry and make no mistake, we will teach our sons to hold the door for a lady, be polite and treat every girl like he would his mama, but letâ€™s make something perfectly clear. Â – Sheâ€™ll dial Mommy up for you.Â Unless you are blue, snoring, grossly angulated or have hemorrhaged out more than 1 liter of blood (and trust me, weâ€™re calculating the volume loss), youâ€™re not going to see us get too excited. â€™Â – You know, the one who calls, texts, snapchats, FB updates her every move, thought and breath?