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The classic example of the “student-spouse/working-spouse” syndrome is where the newlywed working-spouse delays starting a career and works in administrative positions, works maintaining the household and puts the medical “student spouse” through med school, only to be handed a summons for divorce when he or she is handed a doctor’s or other professional license.

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