Books about dating someone in the military diary of an online dating junkie

Of course, I’m angry sometimes, and I get so sick of playing the waiting game and having no control while he’s deployed.Yes, there are times that I think I’m crazy for choosing this life, when I could have it so much easier if I’d wanted. It’s about going for what you want, taking chances, falling down just to get back up and do it again.

I know it gets rough, and sometimes, all we need to know is that we’re not alone, that someone else understands and is doing it too.We spent an amazing week together but saying good-bye proved more difficult than before.Although there were no deployment orders (yet) I knew in my heart that the minute he arrived at his duty station he would be gone.I truly felt like I was discriminated against by the larger Army community for not being married.I was never able to see him off on any of his deployments (a total of 3) and was only able to be there for his homecoming once.

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