Dating a military woman

Based on my own experience, it can be a pretty special thing.

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Divorced from her husband who was also in the military, Jessica Player, 38, knows first-hand the strains the military can put on a relationship.

“If the Army wanted you to have a family they would have issued one” is a statement Jessica Player, learned growing up.

Although the “perks” are good, if you aren’t ready for that life you can really destroy yourself and all those around you in the process.

It is a special family to be a part of and it really takes a special person to make it right.” One of the biggest things can be distance, which sucks.

“I never wanted to date or be married to a soldier.

Being raised in Fayetteville/ Fort Bragg, I knew what the life meant and I knew I wasn’t the person for it, but I did it anyway.

Whether it made sense or not, it’s not something I regret at all.

He even flew me out to where he was during the spring semester and that was the greatest amount of effort I had ever seen from a guy to spend time with me.

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.

Although there are many benefits to being in the military, it comes with many sacrifices and it isn’t for everyone.

“Anyone who mentally convinces their self otherwise is partially setting the relationship up for failure, in my opinion.

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