The Honest Truth: Answers to FAQ’s of Being a Military Spouse

The Honest Truth: Answers to FAQ's of Being a Military Spouse

The minute I explain that my husband works for the military to non-military affiliated people, it usually comes with a pause, than a barrage of questions. Explaining military life to a non-military person or civilian friends can be interesting and funny (and sometime times offensive). It’s also entertaining when I seem to get just about […]

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Conflict for Military Couples – The Future

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In no particular order, here’s a common topic military couples may fight about. The Future You talk to military couples and you’d probably be surprised how many of them don’t have plans for “the future”. When I say “the future”, it really means “after he or she leaves the military”. You know, when you’re just… […]

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Conflict for Military Couples – Trust

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In no particular order, here’s a common topic military couples may fight about. Trust Frequent separations from partners and isolated environments with members of the opposite sex (or same sex if we’re being pc) causes some people to stray unfortunately. For military couples who are separated quite often, the lack of intimacy can be quite frustrating […]

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Conflict for Military Couples – Communication

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In no particular order, here’s a common topic military couples may fight about. Communication When it comes to communication, military couples can find themselves having a harder time than regular couples. During deployments (and sometimes just regular working hours), a lack of communication can often be the cause of a lot of conflicts. It’s probably […]

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Conflict for Military Couples – Chores

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In no particular order, here’s a common topic military couples may fight about. Division of Labor My husband and I both work. Before we even got married, I told him, that notwithstanding the job market or any other extreme circumstances, I was going to have a career even after kids. He agreed and supported. So […]

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