No matter how you try, or how many times you endure it, you can never truly prepare for a deployment. And indeed military spouses have to prepare. While your service member prepares to leave, you have to prepare for his/her absence. One milspouse shares her thoughts.
[Trigger warning: post is related to domestic violence, but as a chaplain’s wife, I must share. Someone might benefit from sharing their story or from reading the stories shared. You are strong. You are enough. You can walk away. 💕] A freelance journalist (and military wife), Amanda Kippert, would like to talk to current or…
What a year month July has been – and it isn’t even over yet!
I don’t say this in a negative way at all, but it does feel almost as though my husband and I have fit an entire year’s worth of events/milestones in one month.
Hurry Up and Wait: Tips and Tricks for Wedding Planning in the Military (and in General). Hint: It can be a beast.
May 11 is Military Spouse Appreciation Day!