There is a lot to enjoy and love about the adventures the military can bring to your life.
If you chose, it will make you strong, courageous, brave, more outgoing and give you a network of friends around the world.
Make a different choice or find a way to become more independent.
2) If you do not want to spend prom, birthdays, wedding anniversaries, babies births and holidays without your significant other or future spouse do not date someone in the military.
A military spouse works with uncertainty and danger every day.
If that isn't something you handle well it will add a lot of stress to a service member's life, which isn't fair to them.
There will be lots of things to complain about and get frustrated by.
Obsessing about all these things will make you, your partner and everyone around you miserable.
You have time before you need to let your child get to know him.If you are going to date someone who is a member of the military, part-time or full-time here are a few things to consider and be ready for: 1) If you are someone who needs a boyfriend or girlfriend at your side at all times or their constant attention and affection, a military spouse life is not going to be a great choice for you.Do not expect they can do that for you and do not make them feel guilty that they should.I hope he is a good man, not only because you deserve a good man, but because you have a son that you are bringing into the relationship.I've got four "don'ts" you need to keep in mind as you move forward. They believe the uniform and rank equals character, but it doesn't.I'm not saying I will be mean or surly, I just intend to be more candid about the situation.