- I am 35
- Color of my hair:
- Figure type:
- My body type is quite strong
Growing up with my dad in the Army, I have always felt that I got enough of the military lifestyle — and then I ended up dating someone in the military anyway.
How to deal with a military boyfriend.
Dating a service member is different than dating a civilian. But just how much different is it? Here are eight things to consider before jumping into a relationship with someone in uniform.
Troops have to deploy, which means not having him or her around for important events like anniversaries, birthdays and weddings. Most of the U. They deploy to remote locations and work long hours with members of the opposite sex.
Gear includes t-shirts, bumper stickers, jewelry and more. Service members are used to direct communication, so avoid that passive aggressive, vague, manipulative language that your mother-in-law likes to use. Direct communication is instilled from day one in the military. Depending on their specialty, service members are trained to be more guarded than others.
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This is especially true with members that require a clearance to do their job. This could mean giving up your career and being away from family.
Some service members move every three years. Are you willing to live like a nomad?
Plans might change or be canceled at the last minute. Same goes for weekends. The military is a brotherhood.
8 things civilians should know before dating someone in the military
Learn to get along with friends, even the annoying immature one. Becoming a dad took it to a new level North Korea usually unveils new advanced weapons during Marine Corps photo by Bill Johnson-Miles.
Presumably not milspouses here, but similar energy to some U. Army photo. It could always be worse….
Air Force photo by Rick Berry.