Okay, so you may still be wondering what’s wrong with that… I detest anything having to do with war, especially the ill-motivated Middle East conflict.I had done the long-distance thing before and was very hesitant to have one with a soldier in a war zone.
Make a different choice or find a way to become more independent.
2) If you do not want to spend prom, birthdays, wedding anniversaries, babies births and holidays without your significant other or future spouse do not date someone in the military.
There will be lots of things to complain about and get frustrated by.
Obsessing about all these things will make you, your partner and everyone around you miserable.
This is a given in the military and other professions like medical, fire and law enforcement.
Make plans for how you will celebrate holidays without them and enjoy them. 4) If you are not supportive or interested in the military as a family life choice do not date or marry someone who loves their career in the military.
6) If you have a lot of anxiety and worry a lot, being a military spouse may not be something you are built for.
Your choices are find every way possible to strengthen yourself and survive or choose a less stressful life for yourself.
Read more about military couple deployment arguments here.