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It was a Saturday night and I was alone. Scratch that. I was sad and alone. I was a military girlfriend with a deployed service member and I struggled to balance waiting by the phone with getting out of the house and enjoying life.
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I mean…. I laid down on my couch getting ready to watch a movie, wondering what he was doing at that very moment in Iraq. I always had a feeling about him from the moment we met. We were growing a relationship, yet everything was ambivalent.
Our future one big fat question mark. It was him. In exactly half a second I transformed from sad and alone to overwhelmed with giddy excitement.
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But on the outside, I was calm and cool. Because when your semi-boyfriend calls from half-way around this world, this is the exact moment you should avoid being creepy and try to act normal. Repeat: try to act normal.
Five deployments, one military marriagecountless trainings, two babies, multiple TDYs and one giant overseas PCS move filled those seven years. Much has changed since my first months as a military girlfriend. Back then, I naively thought that being in a long-distance relationship would somehow prepare me for military life and marriage.
But you do lean to arm yourself with a useful set of relationship tools to lessen the blow. This is a list of relationship strategies I learned from researching marriage and long-distance relationships, personal experience and talking with other military spouses. These tools will help keep your relationship thriving during deployment. Yes, you should write letters and send care packages.
Even when it feels silly. Or trivial. It matters. Think of your relationship as a beautiful brick wall built by both you and your service member.
Each letter, care package, and you write is another brick on your wall, making it stronger each day. Sometimes you may go a month without communication. Create a series of open-when letters and send them with your service member before he or she leaves on deployment.
And this is a big but: after several months of dehydration, the horse will probably drink whatever you put in front of him. Even the most trust-worthy people will start to make mistakes when put in tempting situations. You can also relive your favorite memories together through photo albums.
Create two photo albums of your favorite memories together. One for you and one for him. through it together over a phone call. Or go through the photo album and write a letter to him about it. Before he even leaves, communicate expectations and talk about how you can meet those needs for each other. Those who set clear expectations ahead of time are more likely to cope better during separations. These expectations and needs can include how often you realistically will communicate to how often you will send photos to how you will budget during deployment.
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To cry. To phone a friend. To get a punching bag. To let it all out.
Being open and transparent is an important part of every relationship. Because the truth is that it will never be equal. Keeping score only builds resentment and breaks down your relationship. You may send 10 letters and he may send one.
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He may send three s and you may send one. If certain topics make you uncomfortable…get uncomfortable. Talk about wills and powers of attorney and what you both would want if you could no longer speak for yourself.
Nothing is worse than diving fresh into difficult conversations in the middle of a legit crisis, such as an injury or illness. Your independence will only bring you and your service member closer together. Instead, take sailing lessons, learn to tango, or head out to dinner on a Saturday night with friends. You can do both. You can keep a strong relationship during deployment and continue to live the life you have right in front of you.
Just remember to take your phone with you. Did you know that biggest success predictor of long-distance dating relationships versus geographically close relationships has little to do with distance? The true predictor about whether your relationship will survive deployment are the characteristics of your relationship and the tools keep in your relationship tool belt. So when your deployment relationship feels too strained, too far gone or too empty, remember this: relationship tools will grow the connection. These tools will make the difference between your relationship surviving versus thriving through deployment.
And I promise they will make that first homecoming kiss all the more sweeter when it comes. The opinions and text are all mine. I write about my crazy parenting adventures, discovering happiness in motherhood and navigating the ups and downs of military life. I spend my days re-heating coffee while chasing my kids around the house. Hang around for a bit and the fun!
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I never believed it, because I never heard nor learnt anything about magic before. Not a soul would have been able to influence me about magical spells, not until Lord Noble did it for me and restored my marriage of 6 years back to me and brought my spouse back to me in the same 48hours just as I have read on the internet. I was truly astonished and shocked when my Wife knelt down begging for forgiveness and for me to accept Her back.
Here is …. His : lordnoblespellcaster gmail. I like how you mentioned that you can send each other open-when letters before they leave.
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My sister just had her boyfriend leave for on duty last week and she is having a hard time coping with it. Thank you for the article! Thank you! I moved to the state he was stationed at, but hat to move a few hours away, so I got to see him almost every weekend.
Before I moved I would go a few months without seeing him, but now it seems so hard… I also ed a Facebook group about military spouses and girlfriends thinking it would help… but all I kept reading was about the boyfriends cheating… now I know my boyfriend loves me and cares for me… but we have never been great at communicating. For example, when he was at MOS school he would call me really late at night and that was it, he has never been a good texter. When I read those posts I was just so vulnerable, even though I know I have nothing to worry about.
I currently live alone and need to cope through this.
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