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I was a military girlfriend and living long-distance at the time. So…We were chatting away, and I was feeling all sorts of happy butterflies because he was finally home. It just means spouses are stubborn and independent and want to stay strong for their service member. Of course, there are a few bad military spouse apples, but they do not make the whole tree rotten.
And we were—finally—going to see each other and spend time together! Military spouses love, adore and respect their service members, even when they are away.
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I remember the first time my husband called me after returning from Iraq. I’m looking to volunteer for the next rotation.” In a single instant my butterflies disappeared and a gapping whole burned into my heart. When she looks at you and says, “I’m fine,” know better. Whether the invite comes from a civilian or a military spouse, it doesn’t matter. It doesn’t mean they don’t want or appreciate help. When military spouses are separated from the person they care about most in the whole world, they want to be there when the service member calls. It’s a complete and total misconception that being apart gets easier over time. Do military spouses learn to use tools and resources to get through it? But there isn’t a day that goes by that a military spouse doesn’t wish her service member was home. Military life and keeping a strong military marriage is complicated enough without bringing another person into the mix.
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They carry a deep secret fear that one day there will be a knock at the door. More than likely, they won’t go out of their way to ask for help. If you ask dumb questions, they will respond graciously even though they kinda want to punch you in the face. To military spouses, phones are more than a place to mindlessly scroll Facebook or send emojis to your third cousin in Cali.
There are several things they won’t tell you about deployment. No matter where a service member is in the world, there is always a pit deep down in the stomach of the military spouse. A fellow military spouse once said service members live inside the phones of military spouses, and this is so true.
At a loss for words, I hung up the phone trying to make sense of our conversation.
It took me a while to adjust to the idea of another deployment. I can’t say that I ever got comfy cozy with the idea, but I did reach a place of acceptance.