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Hes never been the type to show his feelings the way I do but when we are together, there is a lot of affection there. This past week (his last wk here) he was very distant.
I did get to see him not as much as I wanted to but he even met my family for the first time (which I think is a big step in a relationship).
She simply smiled and said, "Let me give you a piece of advice, honey.
If you want to get married to a Marine, and stay that way, you've got to realize, you can't make any major life decisions beginning six weeks before he deploys until six weeks after he gets back.
I totally get him wanting to spend time with his family since hes never around them.
He told me the last time he spent the holidays with them was in 2009. (to be distant) This is the first serious relationship I have had with someone in the military so I am a bit lost. He just text me when he was in California getting ready to leave at the airport apologizing that it had been a crazy hectic day and he didnt have a chance to do much since he had issues with his plane tickets. I don't know what he does but military people are very good at building compartments in their heads: this one is girlfriend, this one is labeled job, this one is labeled family, etc. I don't know what he does but military people are very good at building compartments in their heads: this one is girlfriend, this one is labeled job, this one is labeled family, etc.
Of course, there are a few military girlfriends who give the title a bad name. They take advantage of service members and make poor choices.
My military BF left yesterday to Korea (he got orders to be stationed there).
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If you do, it'll drive you crazy, because both of you are out of your mind right now." That was the best advice I ever received, and truly one of the major reasons why my husband and I are still (happily) together.