3 Relationship-Saving Tips to Use During Deployment

3 Tips to Use During Deployment

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Remembering back the days when you used to be a military girlfriend/boyfriend sitting at home and communicating with your beloved through all sorts of services provided will be a dear memory in your retirement days. In the times when you were deployed, and your darling would sit back and think about you all the time.

There are certain practices that you could use though, and make the present a more bearable one. Even before you officially become husband and wife and start living together, there are many areas of your relationship you can work on.

Living in a military family truly asks from you to be super-determined, and it requires a fair amount of renunciation and teamwork to make it through. Living constantly on the move and having your service member a fair amount of time out on duty and away from home requires persevering and a solid relationship.

Over the years, you will learn how following and practicing little tricks can make things a lot easier to you (and ultimately to both of you).

Practice Doing the Same Things, Even When Separated

Every relationship and marriage whatsoever should lie on the solid foundation. If everything goes as it should, this is something that is built by itself over the years spending time with each other.

The easiest way of going through deployment and times when your service member is absent from home is to keep to those little things that will make each others days bearable when separated.

For instance, watching your favorite TV series on an everyday basis and talking about it when you hear from each other will make things much easier. Even when you get to hear your partner for only 10 minutes a day, make sure to find a little room for small indulgences that will make everything look alright and perfectly normal.

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Don’t Give Up On Your Adventures

Moving with your family to a brand new neighborhood or moving your life to a new military lodging in an entirely new city doesn’t mean you need to give up on everything you are. One can start anew if (s)he is not satisfied with how (s)he’s living anytime, even without changing homes.

On the other hand, new surroundings shouldn’t stop you from doing what you love, whether it’s riding a bike, hitch hiking, or taking ballet lessons. Almost certainly every city and every neighborhood has its own interesting stuff to do and to offer to its residents.

Feel free to explore and to get into a routine that will keep you engaged and entertained even when your partner is away from home.

Don’t Keep Count

When separated, things can get tough and you can find it difficult to cope with the situation sometimes. That can often lead to unnecessary nervous breakdown and emotional twists.

It’s ok to get emotional and to keep your walls down. Needless to say, it’s imperative to a healthy and long-lasting relationship. However, undeservedly giving a hard time to your companion is not something that you should do even if frustrated by the current situation.

Keeping in mind everything mentioned here, counting who sent more messages or said more ‘’I love you’’ ‘s is not something that you’d want to be doing and spending your energy on.

In the End

Military life comes with a lot of ups and downs. It requires a lot of sacrifice on both sides, times can get tough during deployment especially when you’re service member is out on duty and you need to take care of your children on your own.

However, someone will without any doubt trade places with you anytime. Leaving military life carries an assumption traveling often and living in many different places usually on short-term renting. That is not like anything you’ll likely to experience if you weren’t a military spouse.

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