Would you date a soldier or a person in the armed forces?

What if they had to leave for a period of time? Would you still be loyal to them?

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I might have to leave for a tour next year and I can see it being hard on both of us.
The bad thing is she is gonna worry about me nonstop.

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Most Helpful Girl

  • I think I would, its such an honorable thing to do, and I respect what you all do immensely, its a scary job, I can't imagine it, but I think soldiers are good, respectful guys, so I would :)

    thank you so much for your work, stay safe! :)

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What Girls Said 6

  • My family has a long history of military service from the Revolutionary War, Civil War, both WW and Vietnam. I theoretically would date a soldier, I find them attractive, but realistically I would probably have to say no only because I don't think I could take the long separation.

    On one hand I actually am very well-equipped for it, having been married to someone for 13 years who poured his whole existence into his business and we barely spent time together. On the other hand, I am over that life and it is the reason I am no longer married. I personally could be faithful, no problem, as long as when he came back he was very focused on our relationship. However, being a soldier is tough, and I get that, and I think soldiers don't always come back capable of giving focus to a relationship. I think girls in your age range may not be as able to remain faithful, though some could.

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    • Because there is a chance that I might have to go serve a year long tour in iraq next year. Thankyou for your input.

    • I thank you for your service.

  • I think soldiers are really attractive and what they do is admirable. They have dedication and values which are both very important to me. However, I think it really depends on the age. As a college aged student, I couldn't see myself in that sort of relationship. The long separation would be very hard and people change around this age so much. You may be in love with someone when they leave and find you're two totally different people when he returns. I have quite a few friends doing this and it's working for them fine, but they admit it's extremely hard. Some people can make it work, I just don't think realistically at this age that I could do it because of the long separation.

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  • If I really liked the guy a lot then yes I would. I think it would be hard seeing them have to go and then worrying about them being over there and god knows what could happen. But while they were gone yes I would be loyal, just the kind of person I am.

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  • I would date a soldier. I'm totally attracted to them, as well as the respect, discipline and courage they have. I also love their haircut and their muscle ;)

    I would still be loyal to "my" soldier. I wouldn't even think of cheating on him. (Or anyone for that matter). I would miss him and worry like crazy, but would stay loyal and write him tons of letters.

    Thanks for serving!

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  • Yes. If you love someone, than you have to understand what they are doing for this county, and understand that it will be very difficult for both of you. I would stay loyal, because I can not imagine the horrors that they must deal with every day, and it would be very selfish to not do everything you can to stay with them.

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  • I would and I wouldn't cheat on him. I would feel really bad if I'd cheat on him, because he fights for our freedom somewhere far away and risks his life. Soldiers are so admirable people!

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What Guys Said 2

  • Open up an account in your name only and just send allotments to the joint account for necessities...you don't want all your tax-free danger pay to be spent on some d-bag your girlfriend is f***ing while you are dodging IEDs. I've heard way too many stories about these military wives to trust them, and it looks like you have too.

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  • I wouldn't trust a girl If I was a soldier.

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