Dating a soldier relationship story
Remember, you're not the only one in their life, they do have family they need to call sometimes which means you miss out. Some days they'll want to quit, that's when you need to stay strong and support them.10.Some days you'll be so down and it may ruin the phone conversation but know that your partner is there to be strong for you. Be prepared for people outside of close family to ask if you're still dating the same person, they don't know what your partner does for a living.12. If you're not okay with how little you two talk, say something. I know during his training in boot camp, I watched a lot of videos of what it would be like if he surprised me at school, my graduation party, my birthday, at a movie theater, etc. Also, take some time to learn all you can about your partner's branch.
Be prepared to celebrate anniversaries or holidays alone.
We’ve all got to stick together and support each other in any way we can!!
Hi, my name is Jessica and I was the girlfriend and then the fiancé of an Army Ranger.
Currently, my boyfriend is in the United States Army and he is still in the training process. The majority of couples would have fallen out by now, but he and I work together to stay together.
At the beginning of this relationship, we knew what we were getting into. Boot camp is different for each branch, but none allow cell phones, so know how to write letters.4.