"My husband and I are together most of the time since he was let go a few years ago. It works out since he is an owl and I am a lark, so we do get some quiet time. Lately I have added a few noncouple things because I felt stagnant.
"The only time it is an issue for me is if I get up to use the loo in the middle of the night and I don't notice the seat is up. That cold porcelain is a real eyeopener! This is not something I blame on my husband."
"Excellent points. #4 is a concern, but as he gets older it has diminished greatly.
I have planted the seed that there are many ways he can serve as a civilian. He is very concerned with how soldiers deal with returning stateside after combat. I told…"
"I don't want to discourage him, but I want to make sure he is fully informed. I have an appointment to speak with in JROTC instructor after Thanksgiving and everyone input will help me know what to discuss with him.
Thank you for the thoughtful…"
"Before commenting I want it to be clear that I have only a superficial understanding of the challenges your son faces. You know your son and his capabilities best.
That being said, as a leader in the Army, I'd like to point out a few…"
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"I was wondering similar things almost a year ago when I made Sergeant in the Army. While being active duty is probably very different than reserve, but some things may still apply. The biggest thing I cannot stress enough is to pay…"